Are you talking about 5305 NW Tamarron listed for $389,950? It is back on the market now after going sale pending on June 18th, then the buyer losing financing. So it came back on the market June 23rd and is still available for sale now.
If you want more info about this home or other homes for sale, please email me at Anne@PortlandHomeSource.com or phone me at 503 320-3163.... more
Hi Dianne, I can only see how I (as a Trulia Realtor) would do it, so not sure on yourself. But for me, I go to My Listings under my profile, and click open house calendar, and there039;s an add-edit button on the upper right.
I'm not sure how you do it as a homeowner, but if you can add your home as "my listing" under your profile you would likely follow the same route. Its not visible from my view.
and like John, I'm available! My office is in SE Portland and we're #1 office in SE for sales volume, for a few years now. We're also in the top 5 in NE and N so if you're in those areas contact me and I would love to talk with you about your situation. I know paying a fee can seem more expensive, but with exposure there are many studies that show you will get more for your home with the help of that exposure. Also, in today's crazy world of credit, it's critical to have someone knowledgeable to get your transaction closed.
Best to you
in listing load (found under Back Office on tab across top of the main page) and then click under status, unless its part of the mess up from the upgrade last week and you can't change it there. then you'll have to call rmls in the morning. good luck!... more
I assume you're looking for a feature on Trulia like they have on Zillow, where you can edit the facts about your own home, is that right? I've looked through Trulia and I don't see where they offer that option.
The only other way I can think is to email them with the changes. And of course, if you sell your home you would have the correct info in your listing and that might trigger an update.
I couldn't find anything on help or elsewhere on the site that answers your question, sorry!
Welcome to Trulia Voices and thank you for reaching out to us about this. I've checked this listing in our database and it appears as though Postlets isn't including the property address in the data feed they send to us. I have however added the address to our database manually and it should display on our site within 24 hours.
If this occurs again I encourage you to contact Postlets directly to make sure that they are including all of the relevant information for your listings in the data feed they send to us.
Please be sure to let us know if you have any other questions or feedback for us.
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of course I don't work for the trulia site but if I wanted to cancel my account, I would simply go into "my trulia" and "edit" (taking all information out of the system). Possibly you had signed up for listings as well? If so, you would need to edit that portion of your account. If this doesn't work...perhaps you could go into the tab "using trulia" and it would give you instructions (or, at the very least, direct you to customer service). I hope nothing "bad" happened on the site and the real estate information useful.
All the best,
Janeese Jackson, Principal Broker
Real Estate Resource
Welcome to Trulia.
I'm afraid that we don't include rental listings within our search results at this time - only residential homes for sale.
Let us know if you have any other questions.
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If you mean, how do I use Trulia to look up properties listed in the local MLS, you may not find them. Trulia relies on feeds from brokers and other service providers to stock their 'inventory' and does not have a direct feed from the MLS. You can always use rmls.com to get basic information for Portland properties, or use a local Realtor search site to find a property. areshome.com is one example, there are many others. Roost.com is another site that makes MLS search easy in the Portland area.... more
Your realtor can provide the information you are looking for. Previous sale is not provided in a listing. Current taxes generally are. Professional Realtors will put that information in a listing, but not all search, and information sites extract that data from the realtors MLS, to put on consumer PUBLIC websites.
The public (free) MLS is also an extraction of the professional realtors MLS data that we as member realtors provide to the MLS. We pay annual dues to the realtor association, we pay quarterly dues to the MLS, we pay we pay and we have licensing and education requirements that must be met to continue to have the priveledge of paying these dues. Im sure there are contractual restrictions on the data fields that are made available to the public sites. Need help? Want more Information? Call a professional REALTOR... more
Please access the link below and refer to my answer about how to post a listing to Trulia. You can forward the information to your Realtor so he/she can submit the listing to us.
Also, please note that the previous sale information we show for properties is data made publicly available through the County Assessor's Office. If the information is incorrect we recommend that you contact your local Assessor's office to make sure that it is updated.
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Hi Sam! It appears you are from Princeton NJ? I have a brother there! Answering your question, I think it is very relative to where you are coming from. I have many buyers coming from california who are suprised at how much they can buy here! and buyers from NJ, MI, CO, TX, who find it difficult to make the transition. the link below is a complete DEMOGRAPHIC of a single neighborhood in Vancouver, to give you a look at incomes, expenses, average home prices, etc. Let me know if I can help you find another neighborhood!... more