Go to their door and tell them you want to buy it. You can thenask for help from a real estate broker to value it and do the paperwork for a fee. If you have brokers do it for you a fat commission will have to be paid. Without the fee, the seller can sell for less. Yeah yeah yeah---we know more than you do (maybe) and have (maybe) a better chance of talking them into a sale but if they are going to sell---they are going to sell. Save some money for you and the seller. Im not even going to solicit you for the paperwork fee. You can see an atty for a few hundred bucks. You realize that this site is just a big spider web where properties can be listed for free, and the site pots recorded info on all homes for sale and sold. Potential buyers and sellers come here and ask questions then we spiders can grab you with a great line and try for your business. This wont make me popular to say it but thats the way it is. When you inquire about a particular house, you are going to be driven toward whoevr PAYS the site to be rotated as a contact. Thats another way the site makes money.
Dont get me wrong, I love Trulia. Just like people to know everything about everything. 'Transparency' is the new word now. lol