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You might be able to tell from a broker site, at least in some cases. if the broker site lets you search property descriptions, and if the listing agent has stated if the property is an 'estate sale' in the remarks, you can use the broker sites. For example, here is that search for King County, using our company's website: http://properties.tellusre.com/idx/results/listings?tb=0&pt=1&idxID=a045&county%5B%5D=406&srtd=asc&srtf=listingPrice&aw_remarksConcat=estate+sale The search returned 10 properties. I imagine that quite a few other brokerage websites like those mentioned can do the same. But as others have said, this depends on the public remarks stating it is an estate sale. There are some 'agent only' remarks that might have comments that clue agents in, but as Kary noted, there is no search that will be 100% successful. Good luck!
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