How Old Is My House?


To find out how old your house is, the easiest and cheapest way is to do an online search on sites that give this information on listed homes. You might also want to visit the county record offices and local libraries which have sources like title deeds that can help you uncover the history of your house. Architectural features can also give you a rough idea about the age of your home.
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To determine how old your house is you need to look at its architectural design and history. Records such as Title deeds, maps and census directories will help make your findings more accurate.
It all depends on the year it was built. When you went to look at the house before you closed on it, you should have recieved all the information on the house.
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