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I need to see if it is possible to get a price on my home from 3 months ago? It's in regards to a court case. There was a price on my home 3 months ago and this is what i told the courts and now I need backup on this, is this possible?

  • January 19 2012 - Modesto
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I may not be interpreting correctly the post, but it sounds like Kimtresetti has already given the court a Zestimate from 3 months ago and is trying to get back to that number.  I have doubts that it will have standing in the court as an authoritative valuation, but we don't know the context.
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I'm not sure it will suffice in a legal court of law, but you can mouse of the Zestimate chart and see what the value was to the nearest I'm not sure it will suffice in a legal court of law, but you can mouse of the Zestimate chart and see what the value was to the nearest $1,000 for a prior month.




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The most accurate way to handle this is to either ask an appraiser to value your home or a local real estate agent.  These professionals will be able look at the comps to determine a fair market value.  
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Thank you for responding to my question.
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You can also check the tax record on like kind sales during that time. A Real Estate agent will be able to help collect this information. Ultimately having a certified appraiser provide this information will be more palatable in a court case, but it will cost you. Check the local phone book or Google "Appraisers in Modesto."  I hope this helps!

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An appraiser can do this for you. Occasionally they are asked to establish a value in regards to litigation. Pat is correct, ask your attorney and they should be able to help you find a suitable appraiser. - Brad Young
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You have an attorney and you are in litigation.  Therefore, you need to ask your attorney to obtain the info you need.
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