I would like to know if I can have a list of homes sold in my area from 2010-2011

Asked by Amorfe, 07646 Thu Mar 22, 2012

I am trying to get an estimate to price my home.

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Brian Morgen…, Agent, Hackensack, NJ
Thu Mar 22, 2012
Here's a link to the latest info, in general:


It also contains a link for all of 2011 stats.

Pricing an individual home is quite different, but this will give a general idea of market conditions. Call me if you'd like help.
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Thu Mar 22, 2012
we can help you with that
give us a call

joe leone 732-529-4466
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Barbara Ostr…, Agent, Closter, NJ
Thu Mar 22, 2012
I would be happy to help you out in researching how the market has performed in New Milford over the past year or two. If you can give me a call, we can set up a time for me to come over and see your home so I can give you an accurate market analysis. My office does a great deal of business in New Milford, and I am very famliar with the housing stock there!
My best,
Barbara Ostroth
Coldwell Banker RE/Oradell
201-965-3105 cell
201-262-6600 office
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Chris Gubb, Agent, Ridgewood, NJ
Thu Mar 22, 2012
Also if you would like to be more specific send how many beds and baths your home has
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Chris Gubb, Agent, Ridgewood, NJ
Thu Mar 22, 2012
No problem Amorfe.
Send me the list of towns you want the report for and your email address.
Chris Gubb
Keller Williams Village Square
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Tim Moore, Agent, Kitty Hawk, NC
Thu Mar 22, 2012
Normally an appraiser will look for sold com parables back 6 months at the most so going to 2010 is not going to give you a good answer. Why not contact a couple Realtors and ask them to do a market analysis for you and save you doing all the work. It's free.
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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Thu Mar 22, 2012
Consider inviting a few local agents from different realty companies and ask for a cma, comparative market analysis; review the data, ask opinions and go from there; cma's are provided free of charge by most agents.
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