How do I find the value of my home when it was quit claimed to me in 2006? Brian

This is for tax purposes. The previous owner was my mother. It is currently being rented. It will be sold next year.
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answer by Jerry Pascale    |   Contact Me
You can contact a local Realtor for a free Market Analysis, or if you are a hands on person, go to your local property appraisers website or their office and they will have on file their market value for tax purposes. Now this is very important, when you go to the County ask them specifically what is their ratio for tax pro ration value. To explain further, where I work in Marion County Fl., the value for tax purposes is assessed at 80% of Retail value, so, let's say if the house was quit claimed to you in2006 and was worth valued by the County for tax purposes at $200,000 and they valued properties for tax purposes at 80% of fair market value, then you would multiply the County's value for tax purposes ($200,000) times 120% which would put the actual retail value of the home at the time you were quit claimed the Deed at $240,000.
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Contact a local realtor that can do a CMA for your home at the time it was QCD to you. If you need a recommendation for a good local Realtor, feel free to reach out and I'll be happy to provide you with a contact.
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answer by Paul Raiti    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Janice is correct, just make sure its a Local Agent in the area of the home.
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answer by Janice Litke    |   Contact Me
If you need the Just Value at the time the property was deeded over to you, I can help. I can do an Market Analysis of the market in Gulfport at the time the title was transferred.
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