Where can I find recent home sales (for last 12 months) without consulting a realtor? I actually have an agent license, which is inactive. Does?

Asked by Theresa, Bellville, TX Mon Sep 7, 2009

TREC have any of that info? It is for protest with CAD purposes.

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T.E. & Naima…, Agent, Dallas, TX
Tue Sep 8, 2009
CAD itself can provide and will counter any evidence you gather with their own data from MLS.

No, TREC has nothing.
As inactive you don't have board rights, which includes access to MLS. You need to call in a favor.
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T.E. & Naima…, Agent, Dallas, TX
Mon Sep 7, 2009
Texas is a non-disclosure state and that info is not posted. I am sure that there are several Realtors that frequent Trulia that will be happy to send you that information without any obligation. I do this very often when tax time is up as a matter of just contributing. I don't have access to the Austin MLS otherwise I would offer.

TREC doesn't keep track of listings, they keep track of licensing issues.

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Bruce Lynn, Agent, Coppell, TX
Tue Sep 8, 2009
You might want to check the local MLS for your area to see if they publish stats.
You can also try the real estate center at Texas A&M for some stats.
They should be pretty broad in nature....but maybe that's what you need.
Some title companies may also publish some stats and you could check with them.
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Mon Sep 7, 2009
You can go to county tax records however as you are aware only resource used by agents and appraisers is MLS

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Stacey Wyatt, Agent, Atlanta, GA
Mon Sep 7, 2009

Before my days as a Realtor when I was purely investing, I used http://www.domania.com for a quick check on sold prices which essentially pull from the Tax Records. In the state of Georgia, all the larger counties records are now electronic and can be found on the Internet. In most cases, there is usually a one-time or monthly fee associated.
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Robert Gordon, Agent, Lutz, FL
Mon Sep 7, 2009
Your public records will show the sales. I know that our property appraisers website shows sales for the past two years. Hope this helps.

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