The only way to search for ANY type of home is to hire a REALTOR as your Buyer's Agent. He/she will be able to create a search in the local MLS that has the most updated listings. FYI -- the listings you find here on Trulia or other sites like Zillow or Realtor.com are usually under contract. (If you're searching in the Denver metro area). We're in a HOT sellers market. Trulia NEVER shows a home as being under contract. For example, I sold a home in December and it's still showing as active today.
If you're not working with anyone yet, I'd be happy to help!
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A good real estate agent is very familiar with the neighborhoods where he or she shows properties. But because of the Fair Housing Act, the agent can't legally share all of that information with you. Many customers ask about "safe" neighborhoods but the definition of safe is subjective, your definition of safe may not be the same as another person's, and answering questions about "safe" neighborhoods may actually put us agents in violation of the Fair Housing laws as it may pinpoint a certain class of people. That's why we real estate agents should not be commenting on safe neighborhood questions other than to point you towards local police/sheriff offices for statistics or demographic web sites that track crime statistics such as www.crimemapping.com.... more
Trulia does not allow direct posting of FSBO properties. You know, many brokers have some sort of language in the contract you sign as an agent that says you cannot FSBO your own property. You may want to verify what your company policy is before you move forward.... more
I have clients seek the same and I do search for them on this and have found them success the key is knowing the key words to search for on the MLS ... and if you are patient and open to rent things can happen ..please feel free to contact me and the journey can begin .. have a great day Ronald Kaplan of Halprin Realty with offices in Hallandale Beach at the Hemispheres condo and Hollywood Beach at the Wave condo ..... more
I suppose you could board the horses and dogs. It's going to be expensive to do that, but I don't see that you would have any other choice. There are companies that specialize in the transportation of large animals like Horses. I would recommend to speak to one of them about your situation.
Hopefully it doesn't take too much time to find another property once yours is sold.I do recommend you begin working with a Realtor in your new location as soon as possible.... more