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I've been taking a look at Homeprice check and had a question about the fields. The fields in question are: Assessed Value, Sale Price, and Sale Date.

If I'm reading this correct, Assessed Value shows what a home inspector estimated the value at, and Save Price is what the house actually sold at. Is this correct? If so, houses in the DC area would be selling for $60,0000 OVER the assessed value!

I'd appreciate any clarification.

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