Monday, January 10, 2005
Ask the Realtor®
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Posted by Shannon Hubbard, AZ Realtor & Computer Guru on January 10, 2005 | Permalink
Where can I find listings of all commercial
Posted by: Dale M | Oct 19, 2005 3:06:40 PM
Dale - I'm not aware of anywhere the public can obtain that information without perhaps purchasing a mailing list.
You may be able to obtain some of the information you are looking for from the County Assessor's Office. The Maricopa County Assessor's website is https://www.maricopa.gov/Assessor/ParcelApplication/Default.aspx and Pinal County Assessor's website is https://co.pinal.az.us/Assessor.
As a Realtor, I am able to search Arizona MLS for recent commercial solds by sold date, and then pull the tax info on the results I get. I will email you an Excel file for your review. Hopefully, it will be helpful to you.
Posted by: Shannon Hubbard | Oct 19, 2005 4:27:24 PM
Hello Shannon, I recently posted a blog on the home inspection site- This being my first blog ever I 'am sure that I should have directed those questions to this blog site instead. I am definatly feeling a loss after purchasing a home 15 months ago.
Posted by: Tori | Oct 23, 2005 2:57:20 PM
Sorry I needed to add this question? If a home was put on the market then taken off the market and about 6 to 8 months later put back on the market by a different agency and the price was upped 10k. Would I be able to find out who the 1st agency was that listed this home? Is there a chance that this agency was provided with the sellers disclosure statement? And If so would this have had transferred to the the 2nd agency that recently sold this property for their records?
Posted by: Tori | Oct 23, 2005 3:11:41 PM
Yes, if it was less than 2 or 3 years ago, the first listing should be in MLS and the listing agency could be looked up. There is a chance that the sellers filled out a Seller's Property Disclosure Statement (SPDS) for the first listing agency. Most brokerages in Arizona require sellers to complete a SPDS when they list the home, but that doesn't mean all sellers are willing to fill them out. Chances are, the first agency probably didn't even know that the house was re-listed, so I doubt they provided any of their paperwork to the second agency.
Remember, I am not an attorney...just a real estate agent! Hope this helps and good luck.
Posted by: Shannon | Oct 23, 2005 4:38:24 PM
Posted by: Tori | Nov 12, 2005 5:10:50 PM
Hi again Tori,
Sorry I cannot be more help, but again, this is lawyer territory and I am not one! Good luck.
Posted by: Shannon | Nov 13, 2005 12:41:48 PM
Posted by: Tori | Nov 13, 2005 1:06:09 PM
Posted by: Shannon Hubbard | Nov 14, 2005 2:22:55 PM
I recently sold a house and in the closing comments I remarked that I would attempt to fix a leak around the chimeny. The chimeny was caulked by a licenced contractor but the buyer insists on hiring someone to redo the work and make me pay for it. We closed on the house yesterday so my question to you would be;Can I still be held responsible for this even though I don't own the house any more and can she make me pay for it if she wants it redone. I made an effert to fix it and that is exactly what I told them I would do.
Posted by: Brent | Aug 3, 2006 9:32:57 AM
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