Trulia gets data feeds from other sources, so while you can ask Trulia to correct the information by contacting the Customer Service (do not rely on them reading your message on this forum), the incorrect information may resurface again if you do not track down the source.... more
5 to 6 months into your endeavor: I spent many years as the recruiter for the largest, most profitable real estate brokerage in the world... Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. While I resumed my sales career several years ago, I have observed over my 40 years, that not much has changed. In your first 6 months in the business, if you haven't made any money, you made the wrong brokerage choice. Regarding brokerage fee structure; 3 to 7% of $0 earned is still $0. If your ability to communicate and relate to adult trainers along with unsuccessful active mentoring is challenging, you probably made the wrong choice. If any of these observations sound like you, get back out and interview again now because the next stop will be your license in referrals and looking for another profession! Good luck.... more
Sorry for your loss, if you haven't found anything yet, my home is for sale. It's a townhouse with 3 bedrooms and has great open space for kids to play in and 3 playgrounds that are within walking distance. We have 3 kids and it has been a great home for us.
6605 Cambria Terrace Elkridge... more
I have a lower level ( at ground level, not basement) efficiency with separate entrance and 2 bedrooms, kitchen, bath. Very upper class safe area with $500,000 plus posh homes neighborhood.
Rents for $1,200/mo.
We are leasing our model home back to the builder. We have no access to the property-key, etc. The lease does not mention the owners having a key or access. Do we have any rights to be able to see the inside of the model we are leasing back to them?... more
You submitted this inquiry in Trulia Voices where agents respond to home buyers and sellers but the best course would be to contact Trulia via their Help Center. Go to the upper right hand corner of the desktop page and highlight over your account, a drop down will appear and the link to the Help Center will be there. The photos generally disappear after a while or you can go to the home and click "Edit Home Facts", it will verify that you are the owner and then you'll be able to take down the photos.
James von Gillern | Licensed Salesperson
Coldwell Banker Mid-America Group, Realtors
1401 50th Street, Suite 105 | West Des Moines, IA 50266
W: 515-224-8864 | C: 515-321-2595 | www.Realty515.com... more
Upsides: no yard work. Has natural gas so heating costs are low. 4 restaurants, lots of sidewalks to move around on. Community open spaces. Downsides: community fees high at approximately $240/month for condo, which gets you yard work, club house, and pool. lots of traffic noise if you are near a street, which is just about every house, because none have much yard to separate the house from the street. The nearby turkey farm makes the entire community smell awful about 30% of the time. The nearby cow farm has a similar problem, but that should go away in about 2 years for more housing. I have it on good authority that the turkey farm will be there at least another 10 years. There is no bike or walking trail connecting the community to Columbia. Parents let kids play in the alleys between houses, so when a baseball gets hit with a bat, it is stopped by someones house or car. Parents won't send there kids to the community spaces, if they are younger because it is some distance from some houses.... more
This is most definitely a question for an attorney as it does materially affect the value of the property. That said most developer contracts I have seen have a huge loop whole for the developer in cases of the city or county making them change the plans because of code. Also it may all boil down to whether or not the deck was part of the original contract or if it was added later during the selection process. Most likely though if they can not in fact build the deck because of the county then the one thing that is certain is that the home will not have a deck. Unfortunately this happens sometimes with new construction and it is not always the developers fault.... more
I would list your home with a Real Estate agent. That way it can be place on MLS and other sites the agents use when searching for clients. That way you could also have credit checks and a state lease agreement for your and renters safety.... more