How to Find Sold Properties in Massachusetts

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Finding sold properties in Massachusetts requires working with a real estate agent who has access to the MLS system and can research the property sales in the area. Find comparable homes that have sold with information from a Massachusetts Realtor in this free video on real estate.

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How to find sold properties in Massachusetts. If you're working with a Realtor, they're going to be able to pretty quickly find these properties for you within the MLS system is something that's very easy for them to do. And you will have a list of every property that you're looking at. If you have an extensive list of properties that you're interested in finding out about, this is probably the best thing to do to get involved with a representative to do this for you somebody who has access to the MLS system. If you're trying to find a specific property, maybe one property you can do this on your own and it's not that hard to do. On the Massachusetts website, massachusetts.gov, there is a record and a page for each registry of deeds. So you would go to the specific county that you're looking for the property, go into the property website area where the transfer of deeds are recorded. At that point, you can have a few different options of how you want to search for these, for these deeds. You can search by name of the property owner if you know it, you can search by address of the property, chances are that's probably the way you would search because that's probably the most information you would know about a sole property that you're looking to maybe compare with a property that you're interested in. You could also search these properties by the book and page on the registry of deeds there's town maps and there's a book and there's a page number for each map. So if you happen to know that, that's a pretty good way to look for it too. But really as soon as if you have a specific property you're looking for, go to the massachusetts.gov, go to the specific county and you'll be able to find the deed transfer right there and it will tell you exactly when it sold and for how much.

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