Make sure your credit is in good standing. Lenders will validate your credit by checking your history and credit score. They will check your debts, balances, any outstanding bills and claims.
Things you’ll need: (All sizes are recommendations, specific sizes has to be determined by user) PVC Pipe (10 ft) PVC Slip x slip x slip T (looks like a T) Board/Plywood (About 2ft long, 1 ft wide)
Of course depending on how far back you want to go. Residential I usually start in the MLS system and just look at closed listings. Our MLS goes pretty far back. Now if that is not enough just go to the Register of Deeds website for the county in question and start your search there.
I do not believe Trulia is going to be able to show you much that far back if at all.
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It is about the connection meeting with the Realtor will tell you a lot. Tell them what you want and ask them if you are being realistic about your wants and needs. A few questions to ask, How many home in the area you are interested in have they been involved with in the last year, how many foreclosures or short sales have they managed, are they full time in the business, any recommendations from past clients. Check their web site out and see if any of these answers can be found there. Good luck.... more