Residential Sales – 2013 Reappraisal

 The Douglas County Assessor’s Office offers several options for researching sales.  Please see the detailed instructions below and click on the links provided.

Research Sales From Parcel Detail Page
  • From the Assessor Home Page, search for a parcel by account number, street address number or owner.
  • From the Parcel Search Results page, click on the account number for the property, and the Parcel Details page will open. This page contains a summary of all current information pertaining to a property, with links to a map and the Treasurer’s web site for tax information. The property “long form” Notice of Valuation is accessed by clicking on the NOV tab.
  • By clicking on the link “View Neighborhood Sales” in the upper left-hand corner, sales from the same neighborhood and sub-neighborhood, style and quality of construction are automatically selected.
  • The search can then be narrowed or expanded by adding or taking away from the selection criteria at the top of the page.

 

Research Sales by Parcel or Subdivision
  • From the Property Sales Search page, search for sales for a single parcel or an entire subdivision.
  • Complete the search criteria by typing in either the account number, or if searching for sales in a subdivision, the subdivision name is required.
  • The subdivision search can be refined by adding the filing number or property type.
  • The search can then be narrowed or expanded by adding or taking away from the selection criteria at the top of the page.
  • Subdivision sales can be downloaded into a CSV or Excel file for further analysis.

Click here for the Property Sales Search page

Research Sales with the Sales “Book”
The sales book is an Adobe Acrobat file of the Assessor sales list. While this is not a recommended method of searching for sales, it does provide a complete listing of the qualified sales that occurred from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2012.  Click here to access the Sales Book

Research Sales with QuickReports

  • QuickReports is a convenient online tool to help property owners, businesses and other organizations create custom reports from the Douglas County Assessor’s extensive database. It’s easy to use, and provides great flexibility in when gathering information from the assessor website.
  • To research sales, select the Sales Information report.
  • Fill in the search criteria; QuickReports provides twenty-three different criteria that provides for as much flexibility as possible.
  • It is essential that the sale date range be filled out to reflect the sales study period beginning July 1, 2010 and ending June 30, 2012. This information is NOT automatically filled in.
  • The search can then be narrowed or expanded by adding or taking away from the selection criteria at the top of the page.
  • Sales can be downloaded into a CSV or Excel file for further analysis.

Click here for QuickReports