In the upper right where your username is, move your mouse over it and click "Profile". Then on the left, click the big orange button that says "Edit Profile". Then on the right click the word "Password". Change your password, and click the orange button that says "Save". All done! :)... more
Clear it out as much as possible to create space. Then use a wide angle lens to capture that space and make your apartment look big. I also recommend using one picture of each room as opposed to several. Use a professional photographer one that is used to shooting interiors, that person will have more tips.... more
This is a very tricky process. You will need an expert legal adviser and you should first check with the governing city to see if it will even work. There will be tax issues (once merged, taxes would be doubled?), Title issues, lot/ownership. It is a big deal to split a property into two parcels and an even bigger one to take two properties and make one from it. I would first start by finding very good legal assistance.... more
Sammy I think you should call a local extemrnating company for that advice! If you don't know the name of one, I am sure Google can help you out. You may need more than just a can of spray.
Good Luck!... more
If your question is how do you find out if the realtor is licensed, you can look them up on the Department of Real Estate website - www.dre.ca.gov
If you have some other question about specific behavior being abnormal or something like that you need to be more specific.
Lance King/Owner-Managing Broker
DRE# 01384425... more
We have no way to search this for you; you have two choices,
You can go down to your Country Recorder's Office and ask them, or,
you can ask a Title Officer at a local Title Company to do a search for you. It might cost something, it might not.
Good luck and may God bless... more
Here's the thing. Trulia (and other real estate websites) pull their info from the local MLSs and IDX feeds (information data exchanges) and sometimes it can take days or weeks for updates to be reflected here. If information is correct in your MLS that's all you need to worry about.
My honest opinion? YES, this is absolutely misleading to the public and it drives me nuts. And this is why I tell ALL consumers to rely on their REALTOR's info (who has access to the MLS).
People think they can just do their own searches here, but that's not the case. And these sites make us agents look bad when we've sold a listing, but it's still showing as active here.
These sites are notoriously inaccurate. Trust your REALTOR. He/she has access to the MOST updated info.... more
Gamilla, I would be glad to help you with your questions!
Call or email me so I can get a better understanding.
I am an agent with Century 21 here in Deltona.
I am looking forward to hearing from you,
They are all horrible. I hope you have deep pockets because the banks dont pay invoices for months and they will try and get out of payment all together. My girlfriend went to work for one that closed down because bank of america owed the company 2.7 million dollars for properties they were maintaining all the way back to 2007. You will get whipped like a dog and left to starve. Good luck. This is why there is a high turn over rate in that industry.... more
Hi Brenda--sorry but this does not tell me which property you are looking at--do you see an MLS 8 digit number? Closing usually depends on financing, cash sales can sometimes be closed in 10 days or so, a good average for conventional mortgage is 6-8 weeks.... more