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Sandra Rashedi

When I print sold home , the sold price show in rang not exact sold price

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When I print sold home , the sold price show in rang not exact sold price

By Sandra Rashedi   
Posted on Jul 26, 2021 in Topic: Realtor Only
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Natalia Sherman
about 2 months ago
Only Realtors has an access to this information. Please ask your realtor for using his branded app - you will see more information. Moreover, Texas is non-diclosure state, so it could be incorrect infio


about 2 months ago
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Pinky Pirani
about 2 months ago
You sho go in matrix, select the option sold and fill out other information you will receive the actual sales price in the results. You should have HAR membership m sure you do since you asked the question here. Make sure your are logged into your app on phone. If you search through realtor login you will always find sold properties with sales price and not the range


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about 2 months ago
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Marti Pattinson
about 2 months ago
Sandra Rashedi there are all kinds of classes available from HAR that teach you how to find sales prices of listings. However, that being said - you need to check with your broker as to the way you use them. If you are doing a CMA for an individual that could be ok. If you are advertising - likely not ok...


about 2 months ago
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Andrew Teasdale
about 2 months ago
If I understand the question correctly. Texas is a non disclosure state. Sales price will not be posted you will just get a range. That is why you need the help from an agent to guide you and provide you the information you need


about 2 months ago
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Beatriz Lawrence
about 2 months ago
HAR has great training classes that may go over this! However, I don’t believe you’ll get access to the exact sold price, it’s normally a range to help guide you. Previous realtor may help with that too.


about 2 months ago
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Abbas Naqvi
about 2 months ago
Hi Sandra,
Thank you for asking the question.
Please make sure you are signed in with your Realtor / PRO LogIn interface in HAR.com to get the exact sold price instead of a range.

Abbas Naqvi
Realm Real Estate Professionals
281-235-4582
https://www.har.com/abbasnaqvi


about 2 months ago
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Bob Ochterbeck
about 2 months ago
The sold price printed is probably reduced by any seller contributions to the buyer's closing costs and/or repair contributions.


about 2 months ago
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Joe Applewhite
about 2 months ago
If you are a realtor, when you sign in to har.com, you can see the exact sold price and property's history. If you are not, you can have a plaitnum agent share their branded har app with you. Then, you can see these prices as well.


about 2 months ago
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Tracie Benton
about 2 months ago
Texas is a non disclosure state, which means our sold prices aren't listed to the public. Several companies, like Zillow have to guess or put in a range, because they don't have access to the actual number. If hire a Realtor....they can tell you the price the home sold, and also give you more information about the history of the property. I hope this helps!


about 2 months ago
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James Meador
about 2 months ago
Hi Sandra!

I see you are asking this question as a realtor, so I'm assuming you are a realtor. If so, you need to log in to your HAR REALTOR®/PRO account and you will be able to access not only the final sold price, but also how much was given in seller's concessions and other sensitive information. When you are successfully logged in to your REALTOR®/PRO account, the final exact sold price will show when you print sold listings.

If you are not a realtor, then you will have to ask a realtor for that information. Or, as Joe Applewhite suggested earlier, you can ask a platinum realtor to send you an invite to their HAR Branded App, which will give you access to the final sold price, but not the other information.

Hope this helps!


about 2 months ago
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Pamela Wogenstahl
about 2 months ago
Your Realtor is the one to let you know how much the home sold for. Texas is a non-disclosure state. So only a range can be stated in the public Multiple Listing Service. Your Realtor is there to help you work through the Purchasing and Selling process. There are many items in either buying and selling aspect that may need explaining. At times you may need a Real Estate Attorney. This is where your trusted Realtor will guide you.!


about 2 months ago
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