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How does one go about finding more information on a property?

I'm interested in the house at 694 Dundee circle and I would like to know more
details on the home. How many bedrooms, what type of heating/ac system does
it have? How can I see the home?

  • June 05 2013 - Raeford
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Profile picture for Rebecca Marvel
I show it is owned by Fannie Mae so you can probably get all the info you need at http://www.homepath.com
  • June 06 2013
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Just ask your Realtor, they can get you the info ASAP.  
  • June 06 2013
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Profile picture for Michael Mei
Call your local Realtor.  You can also look up information in the county tax accessors office to find general information...Though more detailed information can be gotten by the realtor who can pull it up on the MLS within seconds.  You can also drive by and ask neighbors.  The safest way (and I mean so that you are not in harms way) is to have an agent show you the home.  Meet the agent at his/her office to ensure well...that he/she is actually an agent.
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 Contact your local agent, or you can go on the county auditor sight, type in the address and it will tell you how many bedrooms how old the house is and more info. 
  • June 06 2013
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The best place to start would be to contact a local realtor.  He/She will be able to give you the answers to each of your questions mentioned and more.  If the property is active on the market and available for viewing, the realtor can set up a time for you to see it.  And if the property is already under contract, you could discuss what about this particular property sparked your interest and he/she could let you know what is available in the area that is similar and may satisfy your needs.  Best of luck in your home search!
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Not all of the homes on Zillow are actually available for purchase.  In many cases they are pre-foreclosures which means they are in Foreclosure, but the bank does not actually have title to the property yet.
As mentioned below, contact a Realtor in your area who may have more information on the status of the property.
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I would suggest contacting a local realtor who can make a appointment to see the home.  If the property is listed on the MLS the realtor should be able to provide you with some of the answers to your questions before you even walk through the door.   Good luck, hope this helps!
  • June 05 2013
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