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Old 04-28-2021, 08:21 AM
 
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Never had this happen and I'm not sure it matters.

We closed on a property and I just noticed thar the sale price is off by a few thousand in MLS. We got notification through realtor.com that our favorites property had sold and the sale price is a few grand higher than what we paid. We contacted the sellers agent to fix it but not sure it matters?
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Old 04-28-2021, 08:29 AM
 
Location: Columbia, SC
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Shouldn't matter in the grand scheme of things as long as the deed and price are recorded correctly with the county of they use it for tax purposes.
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Old 04-28-2021, 10:43 AM
 
Location: Salem, OR
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Never had this happen and I'm not sure it matters.

We closed on a property and I just noticed thar the sale price is off by a few thousand in MLS. We got notification through realtor.com that our favorites property had sold and the sale price is a few grand higher than what we paid. We contacted the sellers agent to fix it but not sure it matters?
It doesn't matter to you personally, but you could email the MLS directly to let them know of the mistake. It is nice for agents to have accurate comps.
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Old Today, 07:51 PM
 
Location: Ontario, NY
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Never had this happen and I'm not sure it matters.

We closed on a property and I just noticed thar the sale price is off by a few thousand in MLS. We got notification through realtor.com that our favorites property had sold and the sale price is a few grand higher than what we paid. We contacted the sellers agent to fix it but not sure it matters?

A few thousand, HA! When I sold my last house, the price was recorded wrong somewhere, says it sold for 3.1 million, but in reality it sold for $319,000. This really threw the comps outa wack for the area for several years. Not sure why this wasn't caught and addressed, but I certainly didn't get 3 million for the house and didn't pay taxes on that amount.



Price history

DateEventPrice9/22/2017Sold$3,190,000 (+763.3%) $967/sqftSource: Public Record
2/3/2014Listing removed$369,500 $112/sqftSource: --
10/23/2013Listed for sale$369,500 (-7.6%) $112/sqftSource: --
11/2/2007Sold$400,000 $121/sqft
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