A house in my neighborhood sold at auction in December of 2009 ( address: 4321 Grace Court, Rohnert Park, CA 94928). Is there any way to find out?

Asked by L8ybugjenn, Rohnert Park, CA Wed Mar 17, 2010

what the house sold for at auction? It is now back on the market up for sale and the price is quite high considering EVERYTHING inside the house is gone.

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Taylor Mason, Agent, Rohnert Park, CA
Mon Oct 25, 2010
The deal has not closed yet as it is Pending. You can call me in a couple days and I'll check on it again and tell you what it sold for when the deal closes. We never tell what the price is during an escrow simply because you would then know what the seller would take if it were to fall out of escrow.

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Taylor Mason, Agent, Rohnert Park, CA
Wed Mar 31, 2010
The property is being sold as an REO and really every homes listed is like an auction. Don't forget though that a home needs to appraise when a loan is involved. For example, if a property is listed at $225,000 and multiple offers are over asking price then yes the seller is going to take the best offer price wise as well as terms. The truth is if they take an offer of $240,000 it needs to appraise for $240,000 for the lender to lend money on the home. IF for some reason it appraises for only $235,000 then either the buyer needs to pony up another $5,000. or a renogiation needs to take place to make the purchase price $235,000 for the deal to go through.

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Mike Bryant, , Sebastopol, CA
Wed Mar 17, 2010
I think what you saw in December was the process of the home being taken back by the bank and not actually sold at public auction. It is now owned by the bank, being sold as an REO (bank owned home) and listed as a contractors special. And yes, everything was taken out of the house!!!
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Jose E Garza, , El Paso County, TX
Wed Mar 17, 2010
There are ways to get into this information for it is a public record, however, new asking price on property may be unrelated to what new owners paid for it. If interested in the house, you should present an offer to buy based on a market analysis. Remember, real value on a property is based on what a buyer is willing to pay, but, it's the sellers right to accept or reject any offer received.
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