Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 16, 2014
PropertyHistory.us.org is set to launch a guide documenting and explaining the history of properties that have been designated as historic landmarks, the company announced yesterday.
“We got the idea last month when the Long Island property that was used in Citizen Kane went up for sale,” he said. “We saw that many people were looking up that property. We highly doubt that most of them were thinking about buying a $100 million home. They were simply curious about it and looking for information. We figured if that one home generated that much interest, people might also be interested in other landmark homes. So, we started doing our research.”
PropertyHistory.us.org will do individual articles about various properties that have gone through the rigorous process of reaching official landmark status, he said.
“A property becomes a landmark not simply because it is old, but because it is relevant to the history of our country,” he said. “The history of these homes is often fascinating, and something we think many consumers will be very interested in.”
PropertyHistory.us.org will release the articles through their social media channels and blog, he said.
“Once the project is complete the articles will then be compiled into a guide that people will be able to download for free directly from our site,” he said. “We expect this project to take a total of six to nine months to complete. We want to really do our research.”
PropertyHistory.us.org allows consumers to look up the value of any home on or off the market. View property records like foreclosures, flood damage, previous owners, current market value and more. Get more information about a current residence or a property you are interested in purchasing with this large property database. Visit PropertyHistory.us.org to chat with a live representative, call 1-866-605-0311, or email Manager(at)PropertyHistory(dot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.