- waydo77Participant@waydo77Join Date: 2011Post Count: 155
Sorry to say i don't think it's possible. The internet is a big place and someone in the know will always have access to a paid service like rpdata to find these details. If you are concerned that the buyer may see how much you re making, they shouldn't mind if you have done a good enough job of value adding and created something they are willing to pay for.CatalystParticipant@catalystJoin Date: 2008Post Count: 1,404
It is becoming more common that RE agents don't list the sale price. You can ask them not to list it anywhere. If it's not listed then it can't be found. RP data can only record figures they know about.
I've seen a few lately listed as sold but with a $0 sales figure.
Are you a subscriber Catalyst? An associate of mine pays around $1200 p/a i think it is rp professional? I was under the impression it had all prices, have never failed to get a previous sale price and current owner from there unless the sale was decades ago.grantos_champosMember@grantos_champosJoin Date: 2009Post Count: 106
I use onthehouse.com.au to research sold prices. When a sold price comes up it says "government notified sale" so maybe you can't hide details?BennyteeParticipant@ten_burnerJoin Date: 2006Post Count: 243
I have access to rp professional NSW only and its rare not to have a sale price but I found one today listed the sale no price not sure how they do itCatalystParticipant@catalystJoin Date: 2008Post Count: 1,404
Yes I'm a subscriber. I have seen it a few times lately. I haven't gone back to check whether it was listed later though. Next time I see one I'll check back later to see if it's listed then.waydo77Participant@waydo77Join Date: 2011Post Count: 155
Yeh i was only wondering how to have it do the price doesn’t appear in sold section on re.com and onthehouse? Basically the free sites where buyers may look..I thought you may be able to keep it discreet somehow by signing something?DubstepParticipant@dubstepJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 395
Why are you trying to hide your millions, are you getting to much female attention ?
Good post though !Catalyst wrote:Yes I'm a subscriber. I have seen it a few times lately. I haven't gone back to check whether it was listed later though. Next time I see one I'll check back later to see if it's listed then.
Thanks, will be interested to know, i'm happy to be corrected.Scott No MatesParticipant@scott-no-matesJoin Date: 2005Post Count: 3,856
Once the sale is complete the title id registered under the purchaser’s name and appears in rpm data and other searchrs.
It is possible to have the purchaser’s details hidden if you have valid reason eg witness protectionthecrestParticipant@thecrestJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 992
I don’t think you can keep the info out of LPI such as a “last dealing” info request which cost me about $15 last time I bought one online.
It provided the sale price.
thecrestBMWParticipant@bmwJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 25
Apparently it is possible if you are a politician, for the plebs it's possibly different.Quote:Of the 20 townhouses, built by developers Brian and Garry Boyd, the purchase price of only two apartments in the block was not disclosed to land titles department. They were Mr Arbib's and Mr Roozendaal's.GCLMember@gclJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 3
If people are prepared to pay they can obtain the sale price and purchaser name. These details are automatically logged when stamp duty or the like is paid on the sale. Whilst not everyone has access directly to these records, you can always purchase them from various resellers.