That may not have worked for you through Trulia, but posting the complaint through Trulia may have.
I am often looking for a Realtor to whom I might want to refer busine ... more
The first step you need to take is to meet with a mortgage professional and get prequalified. The loan officer, will need you last two pay stubs, last two years tax returns a ... more
As in real estate, there is no "typical" fee. Each one prices based on the value they place on themselves. Discounted service may result from discounted dollars.
This probably depends a lot on the area. If you are dealing with NYC, don't hold your breath.
Actually, you might call the title company that closed you and nudge them ... more
Most likely bet is a condo for immediate ownership and ability to rent out without living in the unit first. However, there are also a handful of midtown , tudor city and ki ... more
I am a working real estate broker and Manhattan appraiser so ... more
What you need to do is first find a Realtor you trust and then they can match you up with a lender who specializes in the type of loan that best meets your needs. Many ... more
The prevalent form of property ownership in Manhattan is an apartment in a cooperative (co-op) corporation, commonly referred to as a co-op. A cooperative (co-op) is a ... more
If you're trying to post a For Sale By Owner, you can't. Trulia only posts properties listed for sale with a Realtor. So, if you are a seller and want your proper ... more
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There is no clear cut answer.
Currently there is so little inventory on the market that it may take you a little longer to find the home you love.
Once you h ... more