how do I find the price history of a home?

Asked by Marsha, Boston, MA Tue Aug 23, 2011

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Don Lantier, Agent, smyrna, GA
Wed Feb 5, 2014
one other way is to search the local public records with address.
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Jessica Eldr…, Both Buyer And Seller, Atlanta, GA
Tue Aug 28, 2012
Within help of following people, you can able to find price history of a home :

Agent of that specific area
Through different sites related to specific city

As per my opinion, agent of the specific area is the best option to find perfect information regarding price history of a home.
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Darrell Hess, Agent, Asheville, NC
Mon Aug 20, 2012
Lots of public information out there online. Try searching the property address you are questioning. You may also work with an agent in your area who could pull data if available from their MLS.
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Ruth and Per…, Agent, Los Gatos, CA
Sun Aug 19, 2012
Hi Marsha:

The best way is to get in touch with County Records and one can get the entire history
on the property from the time it was built.

Also if you are looking for history on the last 10 years or so a Realtor can help by Checking on
the MLS or a Title Company. Sometimes it is also prudent just to type in the Address on the Property
on and you will be amazed by the history you can get along with incident reports
at the property or in the neighborhood.

Best regards and have a good day.
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Courtney, Home Owner, Grovetown, GA
Sun Aug 19, 2012
Check out your county's website. They should have it listed there.
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Brian Maguire, Agent, Atlanta, GA
Sat Aug 27, 2011
Hi Marsha,

Drop me a line, I would be happy to get you the records for any property in the metro Atlanta area.

And stay safe with the storm this weekend!
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Don Tepper, Agent, Burke, VA
Tue Aug 23, 2011
Two options:

First, a Realtor will have access to the MLS. Depending on a number of factors, you may be able to trace the price history back anywhere from 10 to 30 or more years.

Second, most jurisdictions have tax records online. You probably can go online and find recent sales prices. Again, it'll vary regarding how far back you can go. Or, if you go down to the courthouse to look at the paper records, you can go back as far as you want.

Hope that helps.
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