Market Conditions in 75081>Question Details

Jody Williams, Other/Just Looking in 75081

how can I find out what homes have sold for 2008/2009 75081 tax appraisal went up again can this be right?

Asked by Jody Williams, 75081 Wed May 13, 2009

Help the community by answering this question:

Answers

13
Historic data is available throught the MLS system. Contact a real estate and request an historic CMA (Comparative Market Analysis). Houses not sold through a realtor will not be in the MLS, these would include SBOs (For Sale By Owner) and sheriff's sales. if you know a house has sold and is not in the MLS, you can go to the county land records and get sales data on a specific address.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Mar 6, 2012
Sounds like you may want to try to get your taxes lowered. Is that correct. A real estate professional will often do this as a service to you, giving you comps to take to the tax office, or perhaps, advise you not to contest the taxes.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Oct 15, 2010
There is actually a way in the MLS to find all solds through a tax record CMA. Any agent can help with this if they know how it is done. There has been discussions by different counties, cities about raising the "millage rate" That is the multiplier that the counties use to determine the actual amounts you are charged. So if you want to volunteer an address privately-I would be happy to help. You are past the time for protesting at this moment. We can prepare for next time but, you need accurate information right before the cut off timeframe. Doing it now will only give you an idea of if it is worth it in the future. By the way you are a neighbor of ours-we are at Abrams and Walnut! Stop by or call me 972-907-0000 Doris
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Aug 31, 2010
It depends on a number of circumstances, but yes - it can be right. Any Realtor can arm you with comparatives from the MLS for sold data. It just takes a few moments to pull. Take that to the tax appraisal district and protest your values, if you feel they are out-of-line. I find the appraisal district is very nice and fair in their discussions regarding valuations. Where they find mistakes made, they do make corrections. If they stand by their assessment, they'll let you know. It doesn't hurt to go and have the conversation.
Ronda
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 16, 2010
In some areas there have been so few sales that the assessors have had to search further back in time. By their own admission these assessments do not reflect the current market conditions. As Lynn says, the County Land Records office (usually at the courthouse) has this data, but on a property by property basis. The folks at that office can give you the guidelines for protesting your assessment.
Web Reference: http://www.cbchesapeake.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 16, 2010
You can check the County Tax Records which would have all the homes sold.

Realtors have only properties posted in MLS

Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
972-699-9111
http://www.lynn911.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jun 10, 2010
Hi Jody:

Generally the Accessor generates an increase based on last 90 -180 days of sales in your neighborhood plus any Bonds or Expenditures for schools, libraries etc. voted in.

You should act on getting comparables fast within 1/4 or 1/2 mile of your home in Richardson, Texas.

Then approach the county accessors office.

Best Regards
Perry
Web Reference: http://www.ruthandperry.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 9, 2010
I can, in just a few minutes time, provide you with a list of homes that match your home & area that have sold during that time frame.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 9, 2010
Hi Mr. Williams,
There are ways of finding out this informantion. As a Real Estate Agent I do have my MLS which will show me properties that have closed in those years. Is there a property you want to know about or a area, something like that. If so I would be glad to email this info.When you say tax appraisal what do you mean, taxs haven't went up and appraisal may vary in amount, but usually cost around $450.00. I hope this has help you some.
Robie
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jun 3, 2010
Typically Real Estate Tax assessor has been lowering Tax Values. However if you see it go up please contact your local Realtor to help you on this. Most of the time they reduce the taxable value due to the lower Real Estate Values. I personally have not heard of this.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jun 3, 2010
Tax assessors generally lag the market. This is usually great since properties values generally go one way, up. This stinks when values are dropping and you think you're paying too much. You will need to email or calla Realtor with additional info since the assessors will want to see specific comparables and show condition of your house(pics,etc.)). The burden is on you to show why the tax value should be lowered. You have a window each year to dispute their estimate. best of luck
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Mar 13, 2010
Please visit the below site, and you will be emailed that information right away. If you would like a personalized evaluation of your home, please give me a call at 972.468.5136 or email @ amydownsrealtor@yahoo.com.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 13, 2009
We do provide that service however on a consultant type bases.

It does require research obtain correct information. 109 properties have sold in that zip code

CONTACT OUR OFFICE TODAY
972-699-9111
Lynn A. Crosby ~ National Featured Realtor
"...Specializing in Residential, Commercial Properties and Loans..."
Dallas Realtor, and Credit Repair Consultant -
The Michael Group - "Dallas Business Journal 08' list top realtors"
Dallas Loan Officer -
Dallas Real Estate Office: (972) 699-9111
Dallas Real Estate Website: http://www.lynn911.com 60,000 listings Dallas homes for sale
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 13, 2009
Search Advice
Ask our community a question
Email me when…

Learn more

Copyright © 2015 Trulia, Inc. All rights reserved.   |  
Have a question? Visit our Help Center to find the answer