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what is best source of home price history (meaning what the current owner paid)?

  • September 15 2009 - Rye
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go to www.nhdeeds.com
click on the name of the county the property is located in
go to the bottom of the page to click "accept"
look for the deed based on owners name (grantee)
Look at the transfer tax stamp amount (located on the deed)
NH has taxed @$15/ $1000 of sales price for about the last 15 years
example: If the tax stamp amount is $1230 the buyer paid $82,000.

  • October 30 2009
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This information can often be found on the individual home profile right (known as a Home Detail Page) here on Zillow. When on the specific page of an address, click on 'Zestimate & Charts' on the left hand side. In the middle of the page you should be prompted to enter a security code, after which tax and purchase history will be made available.
  • September 16 2009
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Everything is public record and available now. Get on your local county court house tax record site or go to the court house and search the property history. In my area everything is online and tied directly into our multiple listing service (MLS). Call an agent and ask them to help.
  • September 15 2009
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