Is there information I can access to see how my home price/value has changed yearly since 2003?

Asked by Steve, Fairfax, VA Mon Nov 7, 2011

I live in the 22312 zip code

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Rosina del M…, Agent, Alexandria, VA
Wed Nov 16, 2011
Steve,

You have different options:

*.- Contact a Real Estate Agent and ask him to do a Comparative Market Analysis. But if I read correctly your question you want a yearly CMA since 03 until 2011?

*.- You can go to Trulia or a similar webpage and check the instant estimated value this will give you an idea.

*.- Contact an Appraiser, by doing this you will have a very accurate value opinion, however this option will cost you money.

County Taxes will give you an idea but they are not the same as market value.

Good Luck!

Rosina
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Thu Nov 10, 2011
Hello Scott I am Jason Smith a loan officer in Vienna, VA. Go to the Fairfax County website below. Put in your address and go to the values tab on the left.

http://icare.fairfaxcounty.gov/Search/GenericSearch.aspx?mod…
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Ritu Desai, Agent, Chantilly, VA
Mon Nov 7, 2011
Steve, as scott mentioned Realtor would be a good source also look over your tax assessment that will reflect to a certain extend low and high of your home.
Web Reference:  http://www.enovahomes.com
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Lauryn Eadie, Agent, Reston, VA
Mon Nov 7, 2011
Steve,

Debra is spot on! I had the same recommendation. I am happy to do the research for you if you would like to contact me and supply me with your address and the details specific to your home.

Lauryn Eadie: lauryn@LNF.com; 703-898-4771; http://www.facebook.com/circadianrealty
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Debra Talley, Agent, McLean, VA
Mon Nov 7, 2011
Hi Steve,

Assuming you are interested in market price as opposed to assessed value, you can research data back to 2006 by zip code at http://www.rbintel.com. If you are interested in a more specific assessment of the current market value, ask an experienced agent to provide you with a CMP (Correct Market Position) instead of a CMA. The CMP is a more subjective approach and includes an absorption rate analysis.

I hope this helps!

Regards,
Debra Talley, CRS
Broker Associate Long & Foster
703-408-3266
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Dianne Hansen, Agent, Fairfax, VA
Mon Nov 7, 2011
This is the Fairfax County Tax website:
http://icare.fairfaxcounty.gov/Search/GenericSearch.aspx?mod…
If your have a neighborhood of similar houses with many sales each year, the tax assessments should be close. If you have a unique property with few sales nearby, it is not a good guage of value. What is missing from the tax records is the "Seller Subsidy" or the amount the seller contributed to the buyer's closing costs. If you're really curious, feel free to email me with specific questions, I can look up sales and closing costs in Fairfax county on the MLS. DMHansen@kw.com
Good luck,
Dianne
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Cindy Jones, Agent, Alexandira, VA
Mon Nov 7, 2011
Are you looking for market value or assessed value? If it is assessed value you can go to the Fairfax County website to see. It would be a lot of work for an agent to look back to 2003 to provide you any detail on the change of market value specific to your home. There are a number of variables such as condition, type of sales, model of your home, your neighborhood and more. That's 8years worth of data for an agent to go through.

Don't spend to much time looking back and thinking "what if." If you are thinking of selling your home in the near future concentrate on now and making sure you can maximize your return on a sale in today's market.
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Vicky Chrisn…, Agent, Purcellvile, VA
Mon Nov 7, 2011
Depending on what you need it for, there are different ways to try to get this, but since you did not sell your property every year, the best you're going to get is an estimate. If you're just curious about the trends, you might start with your real estate assessments... even though they aren't nearly as accurate as other ways you could attempt to get the information, it's going to be more readily available... and specific to your home rather than the market. I hope this helps?
Web Reference:  http://www.vickychrisner.com
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Raymond Leah…, Agent, Fairfax, VA
Mon Nov 7, 2011
There are many public sites that offer general information. Suggest you contact a agent who is willing to provide you a current price analysis. The overall dirrection of price points in Fairfax County has been up during the last year.

Ray
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Mo Hashem, Agent, Fairfax, VA
Mon Nov 7, 2011
Hi Steve,

The best way is to have a Realtor do a Price Trend Analysis for you. Websites will give you a very rough estimate that may be off a few thousand dollars because it doesn't look at all the factors involved with pricing your home correctly in order to get top dollar. Message or call me directly and I'd be happy to do a free analysis for you. I have lived in the area all of my life so I know how home prices have changed over time.

Regards,

Mo A. Hashem
Mo@HashemRealtyGroup.com
(571)235-0021
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Scott Godzyk, Agent, Manchester, NH
Mon Nov 7, 2011
Steve the best way is to have any agent complete a broker price opinion for you, there are many sites with values or estimate sbut they can be far off in some cases.
Web Reference:  http://www.ScottSellsNH.com
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