How Much Did That House Sell for?

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You can also find out how much house sold for, by visiting a couple of websites like, Zillow.com or Trulia.com. log in and search for your zip code or address and check the box for recently sold homes in that area or do a direct address search for the house.
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1. Take a look at other homes for sale in your neighborhood that are similar to yours. Note the conditions of those houses and the sales prices. Determine if you will be able to compete
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Rumors are that the house has sold for somewhere between $280,000 - $307,000. According to a May 30, 2009 article on Lancaster Online, the Gosselin's former home is still on the market
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the property sold for $127,000
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To find out how much the house sold for you can check with your local tax assessor. Also, there is an online company called Zillow that will have the last price a house sold for.
It is so important to know what your neighbor got for their home because you might want to sell you home in the future. If your home is larger and you maintain it better, you might even get more and should take that into consideration. When your neighbor profits more for their home, you should get more as well.
When your neighbor profits more for their home, you should get more as well. It is so important to know what your neighbor got for their home because you might want to sell you home in the future. If your home is larger and you maintain it better, you might even get more and should take that into consideration.
Prices vary by location, there are sites that can give this kind of information by giving out the post code or street address
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