A. Property ownership
B. Sales comparables
C. Property values
D. All of the above
Address, name, or parcel number
A range of property values
A. Property listings for sale in a specific neighborhood
B. Locations of all the schools in a given neighborhood.
C. Property information such as the assessor's parcel number (APN) and the lot number.
D. Location of all the foreclosures on a street.
Compares the characteristics and sales price of one home with other homes in the same neighborhood.
Compares the sale of a property with the home's assessed value.
Compares the last sale date of a property with the first sale date.
Compares the home's owners with the increase in sales price over time.
A. a satellite map of the specific property only, but not surrounding areas.
B. a satellite map of the property as well as other labelled buildings such as neighborhood schools
C. the parcel numbers for each property
D. property values in a given area.
A. the parcel number
B. the date the home was purchased
C. either the document number's instrument OR both the book and page
D. none of the above
A. a business that wants to market its services to certain types of homeowners, such as single or married individuals.
B. A realtor who wanted to see where schools were located in the neighborhood.
C. A homeowner looking for a retirement community.
D. A mortgage lender looking for comparable sales.
A. the homeowner's single, married, widowed or divorce status
B. the home's improvements, such as a new roof or remodeled kitchen
C. the homeowner's e-mail address
D. the homeowner's name as listed on the property's title
A. Customize the property information by adding notes, photos, and hyperlinks
B. Delete information that appears to be inaccurate
C. E-mail the homeowner to get detailed information about the property's insurance coverage
D. Customize the property information by adding fields to list home improvements
A. property deed or title
B. a photo of the home
C. the property profile report
D. the aerial view of the street