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Historical sale prices for home/land..

Hey, I once found a website where I could browse on the map or by address historical sale prices for homes/land here in Switzerland.... Any ideas where one could find such info online?
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Old 23.04.2019, 13:05
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Re: Historical sale prices for home/land..

Pretty sure I asked the same question years ago... there's nothing like Zoopla (UK) here...
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Re: Historical sale prices for home/land..

I can poke around GIS to see pricing... But I swear somewhere I saw this data... unsure where...
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Re: Historical sale prices for home/land..

This ?

https://en.comparis.ch/immobilien/mashup/show
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Old 23.04.2019, 19:09
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Re: Historical sale prices for home/land..

Thats for sale asking prices, nothing to do with sale prices. In the Uk average Right Moves for sale price is about 30% higher than average sold price at the land registry. Clearly a lot of property never sells at kite flying asking prices.
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Thats for sale asking prices, nothing to do with sale prices. In the Uk average Right Moves for sale price is about 30% higher than average sold price at the land registry. Clearly a lot of property never sells at kite flying asking prices.
Funny stuff of Switzerland, the asking price is often the "base price" for bids...
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Re: Historical sale prices for home/land..

A lot of the Gemeindes (at least here in German speaking part) have only got around to digitising their Grundbuchamt in the last year or so. When friends bought 18 months ago it was only available in paper format which explains the inability to pull together a national database. In addition the Swiss might consider this a data protection issue too...
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A lot of the Gemeindes (at least here in German speaking part) have only got around to digitising their Grundbuchamt in the last year or so. When friends bought 18 months ago it was only available in paper format which explains the inability to pull together a national database. In addition, the Swiss might consider this a data protection issue too...
If you go into GIS for Schaffhausen, it will show you the sale price the last time it moved and who owns it today... Ok for some properties, but not handy to really find out what my land is worth...

I asked the bank who shared a nice PDF, showing I overpaid 50k for it.. But two streets over the are selling something a little smaller for 1.8x my purchase price...

Hence my confusion... If someone is interested in 590sq meters in Schaffhausen, reach out.. :-)
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Re: Historical sale prices for home/land..

Yeah, this was it... Does help some...
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Funny stuff of Switzerland, the asking price is often the "base price" for bids...
Plenty of property never sells & is on the market for more than 10 years. Don't believe the hype.
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Plenty of property never sells & is on the market for more than 10 years. Don't believe the hype.
Probably as with everything.. location location location... Indeed, some towns have plenty while others none at all....
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Plenty of property never sells & is on the market for more than 10 years. Don't believe the hype.
That's not really accurate. Even properties way above market (40%+ markup to average) sell within less than a year. In the larger cities the time on market for average-priced residential properties is something ridiculously short like 30 days.

Credit Suisse do a pretty good job at documenting this in their Real Estate Market report, page 13.

So if you are looking to get a sense of pricing for properties in your area, the Comparis map is a decent indicator.
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That's not really accurate. Even properties way above market (40%+ markup to average) sell within less than a year. In the larger cities the time on market for average-priced residential properties is something ridiculously short like 30 days.

Credit Suisse do a pretty good job at documenting this in their Real Estate Market report, page 13.

So if you are looking to get a sense of pricing for properties in your area, the Comparis map is a decent indicator.
Market price has definitely fallen in Geneva, 40% selling within 1 year does not prove some properties don't sell over a very long period. 40% selling in a year seems very low no TBH
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Re: Historical sale prices for home/land..

Other than new builds, many Swiss property sales never go on „the market“ and sell by vitamin B and word or mouth. So only the land registry will know for sure what prices are...
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Market price has definitely fallen in Geneva, 40% selling within 1 year does not prove some properties don't sell over a very long period. 40% selling in a year seems very low no TBH
where are you getting 40% selling within 1 year from?

Clearly all properties sell at a price; the lower the price the faster they would sell. What the report define as as "top price segment" is 50% above the market price, and even those sell on average within 174 days of being put on the market.
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Old 28.04.2019, 09:56
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Re: Historical sale prices for home/land..

Here is an article / graph showing the price development of single family houses in Switzerland since 1970. http://www.haus-und-wohnen.ch/de/bau...milienhaus.php
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