This site allows you to develop a home construction or replacement cost that considers all the important variables: materials used, design features, quality, size, shape, heating, cooling and geographic area. Your printed estimate shows detailed labor and material costs for each of 34 construction cost categories. Plus, it's FREE!
When site opens, click on External Web mapping application. Search by PIN. Site provides lot size, prior sales price and date, partial legal description, township, zip code, owner of public record. Click on Cadastral Map box to get lot size on a plat map.
Great site that offers real time real estate market research. Some research is free. Click on Chicago under the CHOOSE YOUR LOCAL MARKET section and select a town. Provides median home price trends, market activity index, average cost per square foot and average days on market for residential properties.
Site provides characteristics and amenities of hundreds of properties. Profiles include condominiums and co-ops in various areas of Chicago and the North Shore. Includes year built, conversion date, # of stories, # of units and more.
Great site. Has profiles of all U.S. cities with maps, satellite photos, geographical data, crime data, housing, businesses, political contributions, weather, hospitals, schools, houses, zip codes, area codes, stats about race, income, ancestries, education, employment and more...
CondoCerts is an Internet utility developed to simplify the process of delivering and obtaining Homeowners Association data and documentation for a variety of users in any association real estate transaction. Appraisers can register for free.
This site allows you to develop a home construction or replacement cost that considers all the important variables: materials used, design features, quality, size, shape, heating, cooling and geographic area. Your printed estimate shows detailed labor and material costs for each of 34 construction cost categories. Plus, it s FREE!
This site offers free web access to Public Records all over the country. Some of the site links include: Assessors, Recorders, Treasurers, Law Enforcement, Courts Records, etc. You can spend hours on this site folks.
This site has a list arborists in Illinois. They are listed by County and services. Arborists with a code of G" perform appraisals. You can also scroll down to the bottom of the website and get phone numbers for the companies that offer appraisals.
On-line searchable economic development database that provides detailed information on buildings, sites and locations for businesses looking to expand. Over 6,500 communities and over 15,000 available properties throughout a 12-state area are represented.
NAR releases statistics on state-by-state existing-home sales and metropolitan area median home prices each quarter. The state existing-home sales report includes single-family houses, condos and co-ops. The price report reflects sales prices of existing single-family homes by metropolitan statistical area (MSA). Beginning on February 15, 2005, this quarterly report includes a breakdown of condo and co-op prices by metro market.
National Relocation helps you research and compare neighborhoods and cities across the United States. You can view city data information, crime rates, demographics like population, educational attainment, employment information, income statisticts, colleges, parks, churches, and much more!
This site offers a ton of public data all over the country. It appears to be mostly fee based. Some of the stuff you can search for includes: Properties Search, Criminal Records, Divorce Info, Death Info, Comparable Properties, Transfer Reports, Prior Sales, Parcel Maps and more. One of the cool free features let you search Towns/Cities/ Zip Codes to see what County they are in.
Search nearby homes, condos, open houses, and townhouses (including foreclosures, short sales, and for-sale-by-owner listings). Browse photos and see the most up-to-date details about your favorite homes,
Use site to search for vacant building space or developable land you can enter your minimum and maximum size requirements by square feet or acres. You can search for properties that are for lease or for sale. You can also search for the type of commercial property your want. By clicking on the
Great site all of appraisers who work in Chicago should use for their zoning. Simply type in the address and a map pops up with the zoning and location of that property. You can then view either a street view, an address view or an aerial view. Plus is has an easy to read zoning code list.
Click on the center GIS web button, a pop up screen shows all of Will County. You can click to zoom in, or use the tools at the top. As you zoom in, parcel numbers show up.
When you use the identify function, you get zoning and can access the Will
County assessor on the popup.
FHFA was formed by a legislative merger of the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (OFHEO), the Federal Housing Finance Board (FHFB) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) mission team. FHFA regulates Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the 12 Federal Home Loan Banks.
Site will not work if you have a Pop-Up blocker on. You need to click and zoom a bunch to find your parcel, but once you do you can click the upper tool bar for property
card. Then click on the parcel number on the map and this allows you to view the property card in it s entirety.
Free plat maps. This site provides lot sizes, aerial views, has a measuring tool, partial legals and a ton more. The first time you go on this site you will need to click on the ADD MORE INFORMTION tab and check a few boxes. I use Aerial View 2008, Parcel Text, Lot Text, Dimensions, Road Names, Parcels and Boundaries. You can search by PIN, Address, Subdivision, etc.
You can enter the PIN number and get the tax bill amount. It also tells you acreage, but not lot sizes smaller than an acre. This site could be helpful verifying taxes, property address, owners name and Township information.
You can search by name, address or PIN. Info includes unmeasured lot lines, tax info, prior sales info and aerials for most (but not all) of Winnebago County; links to treasurer and township assessor sites.
On the Home Page scroll down and click on the first button that says CLICK HERE, you will then go to a pdf showing most of the properties in Homer sorted by PIN number. If your property is not listed go back to the home page and click on the second CLICK HERE button to fill out a request form to get your property info.
The City of Chicago's open data portal lets you find city data, lets you find facts about your neighborhood, lets you create maps and graphs about the city, and lets you freely download the data for your own analysis.