Where can I get the value of my Mother's house from 2010 when she passed away? I need the value of the residence on the date she passed away.

She passed away October 30, 2010.
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answer by Penny Lehmann    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hello Rhonda, my condolances for the loss of your mother. I am from Ohio and your question coming from my home state took notice. Your best option is to speak to a licensed appraiser to determine the value during that time. You may even want to consult a real estate attorney in Ohio and if the property is located in another state you may have to have your Ohio attorney communicate with an attorney in the state that your mothers property is located in. I lost my dad two years ago, my heart goes out to you. I hope you find your answers.
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answer by Ryan McClure    |   Contact Me
Hi Rhonda, the first question I would ask is "what do you need it for" and "how official does it need to be"? If you just need it for reference purposes then any licensed agent could pull comps for that time frame in that specific area to give you a rough estimate. If you need something "official" then an appraiser would be the way to go! Give me a call with any additional questions! I'm always happy to help! -Ryan-
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answer by Jeff Kreager    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
I would suggest consulting the estate attorney before spending $350 for an appraisal.
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answer by Ed McKeown    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Best option as Kirk said is to talk to an appraiser to assess the value from that time frame.
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answer by Kirk Douglass    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Your best option is to have a state licensed or certified real estate appraiser complete a retrospective appraisal of the property. They will go back in time and look at sales of homes similar to your mother's property from the 6-12 month period before her passing.
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