RE/MAX Boone Realty
Either way, you should be able to ask your Realtor whether he/she is in your current location or future location to look up the average sales prices and average number of days on the market for that specific area.
However, when people ask this question, I always ask them to look broader than just the numbers.
Other than just look at the average price and DOM for a certain location to give a general idea; when you are ready to buy or sell; you really need to know the exact location, the desirability of the house, the condition of the house (upgrades, fixer), whether the house came on the market at the hot season or slow season, perhaps the presentation of the house and many, many other factors which might have affected the pricing and selling of the property.
Know as much details about the property you are comparing to, will allow you to make a more informed choice whether to price your house for sale or to purchase a new home for you and your kids.
Asking a reputable in a specific area will help tremendously in your big transition.
Lake Tahoe Real Estate Consultant.
The simple answer is no, just like Paul said. Remember, it is not just the information that is important but how to interpret that information. Just like a Doctor, who looks at all the signs and systems of their client to determine what the true issue is; a Realtor will interpret the data as they are trained combined with experience to determine what the data reveals.