how can i findout when a house was built

  • June 22 2010 - US
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Usually this is available from your county.
We have our on-line

best of luck
Charles
  • August 17 2010
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This is public information that you can easily find by going onto your city's website.  It's usually under the Property Appraiser section, just type in the address and it should come up.
  • August 16 2010
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As others have said, you can easily access this information on line at your county assessor records site.  You can do a property search for your own house, or just type in the name of the road ...   even without the 'road'/ 'street' or 'court' designation.  All the addresses on the street will come up with owners names, current and past property tax assessments, sales information (when they bought the house, from whom and what they paid for it)..and maps with specific plots hightlighted for ease of search..   Lots of good information there.
  • August 15 2010
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Go online to your city or county tax records.  Most of the time it will be available there.
  • June 23 2010
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Must information about a home can be found online on the county website.  If there is no website you can call the assessment office.  Most information on homes is public record.
  • June 23 2010
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Both answers below are correct for newer homes.  If you are in an historic district or area it's possible that some of dates may be incorrect.  Contact the Historian for you city to get a better idea of the year and some wonderful information about the homes past that will be fun to share with buyers.
  • June 22 2010
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Hi Jim
You can call the assessors office and they will provide that information for you.
  • June 22 2010
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You can access the city or county government website where the home is located  and click where it might say Property Assessors Office.  Somewhere there it should ask you the address and it should pull up the assessment on a house along with other information such as the date built.  If that doesn't work, call or visit the courthouse yourself and go to that department, they will be able to help.  Good Luck.
  • June 22 2010
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