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how can I find comps for 2008?

  • July 02 2010 - Worcester
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Your local assessor should have sales that include 2008.  Be sure to ask for any "sale codes" or sale key to identify the type of sale (foreclosure, family sale, etc.) and the class of property (single-family detached, attached, condominium, etc.).  Assessors gather all sales that take place each year (not just those listed in MLS), but once you narrow your sales down to the most comparable MLS records can help to fill-in items like number of days on the market, any seller concessions, etc.

  • July 26 2010
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You can also go to Worcester deeds online and search by street in 2008. Also you can subscribe to the Bankers and Tradesman -- The Warren Group  and search sales very comprehensive.  But to get 2008 MLS listings that sold you need to contact a local Realtor.  Good luck.
  • July 20 2010
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I do not know how to do it on zillow but I would contact a licensed real estate agent and ask them to help you.  It helps if you have a buddy who is an agent.   I think Zillow actually has a history but they are not always accurate.  I just did this for a friend of mine.
  • July 20 2010
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You can call a realtor or you can go to the Town Assessors office the usually have that information. Hope this helps.
  • July 20 2010
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You would need to speak to a Realtor with access to MLS records. You could also call a local appraiser as well. I would suggest Liz at Commonwealth Appraisal in Shrewsbury.
  • July 02 2010
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