How to Find Out How Much a Particular House Sold For?
Oct 18th, 2011 9:06 pm
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lol - wow
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Oct 18th, 2011 10:52 pm
What makes you think that it's any of your business why he wants to know?
(emphasis mine) Here is the website: http://www.assessmentontario.com/pages_ ... operty.aspMPAC wrote:Through this service, you can access property assessment information, site information, lot size and recent sales information on your property and similar neighbourhood properties of interest – free of charge.
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Islington wrote: ↑Oct 18th, 2011 11:07 pmIt costs $8 to do a title search at the land registry office (20 Dundas St. W., Suite 420). It will give you a full history of sale prices for a particular address, although it only shows deals that have already closed, and won't tell you the price of a house that "sold" last week.
For that $8, you also get:
1) Name(s), addresses and date(s) of birth of the owner(s), even if they don't live in the house (and it's a rental);
2) Name(s) of the previous owner(s) of the house; and
3) Details on the last mortgage registered against the house (usually name of the bank, amount of the mortgage and interest rate).
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Jul 1st, 2012 8:31 am
So, how do you do it free of charge? They require you to have a login name and password that require payment.molo wrote: ↑Oct 18th, 2011 10:52 pmWhat makes you think that it's any of your business why he wants to know?
To the OP:
There are several ways to go about this. As was pointed out above, working out something with a realtor is probably the best way if you want to find a lot of historical selling prices for homes unrelated to your own. If you're doing this for the purpose of disputing a provincial assessment, there is an "AboutMyProperty" information service offered by MPAC (Municipal Property Assessment Corporation):
(emphasis mine) Here is the website: http://www.assessmentontario.com/pages_ ... operty.asp
Jul 2nd, 2012 7:54 am