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Reba, Home Buyer in Seattle, WA

I want to know how much a house was sold for and i reside in Washington state, how do i get that information?

Asked by Reba, Seattle, WA Thu Jun 26, 2008

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I have a great tool for you to use to see what homes have sold in a paticular neighborhood. It is my Market Snapshot follow this link: http://www.yournwhomeresource.com/market-snapshot.asp

Tax records are good also. Here is a link to King County.
http://146.129.54.93:8193/legalacceptance.asp?cabinet=opr
1 vote Thank Flag Link Thu Jun 26, 2008
Often when you see the sold sign on a home it is in the closing process. It will go from active then subject to inspection (usually) then pending then it will officially close. Once it closes the sold price is public information and agents can find the sold price on the Multiple listing services....
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jul 1, 2008
If you have the address, I can get the info for you.
Web Reference: http://www.verabrodsky.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 30, 2008
The county records are your best bet if you don't feel like contacting an agent. Most counties have it online but categorize it differently. For example, in King County you can either use the public records search or the parcel viewer search. In Snohomish, it'll be on the assessors website, etc. Though, it might take a few months for the counties to update their websites.

Alternatively, Zillow will have the info as well.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jun 26, 2008
Any agent can get you that information. Or you can follow this link too.

http://homehounds.com/hvalue.shtml
Web Reference: http://www.HomeHounds.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jun 26, 2008
Hi Reba - Tax records or ask a Realtor - I am happy to help if you need it:)
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