Sales public info
I have come to understand that it is not possible to keep a sale price of a piece of real estate private, even if there is no mortgage or other lien to record. Is this true? Is this true for a transaction involving no realtor?
Assume at least one realtor, the listing realtor, is involved in a cash sale for which the sale price is not private. That is, assume that by whatever means are typical, and I don't know what these are, the sales price is public info. My question concerns the remaining terms of sale and transactions. Can you find out, for example, whether the buyer agreed to pay the seller's realtor fees, back taxes, etc?