Trulia Community - Advice from neighbors and local experts

Find Your Community
We couldn't find that location. Please try again.
Get Expert Advice

All Locations : Nationwide Real Estate Advice

  • All715K
  • Local Info60K
  • Home Buying262K
  • Home Selling44K
  • Market Conditions26K

Activity 497,684
A few minutes ago
Jeff Cooper answered:
To generate seller leads you will need 2 basic components:
1) a good landing page and
2) a mechanism to drive traffic there.

I use https://visualfarming.com to capture leads and https://www.realmailers.com to precisely target my farm area with postcards based on home data. I spend $21/mo on the landing page and around $500/mo on mailers. My ROI is easily 3x on this. ... more
0 votes 41 answers Share Flag
A few minutes ago
Lcuti77 answered:
I had the same problem I simply bought my way out of the contract, I complained to the corporate office, I also tole the agent I could give him and his company good or bad reviews on facebook they chose $500 in good reviews. One more thing if your contract doesn't specify that you have to do upgrades no one can make you, you can simply tell the buyer to do it himself or go fly a kite. Realtors sometimes can be worse than used car sells men when I speak to a realtor I tell them I am interviewing them for a job. They always tell me they are the only ones who will let you back out of a contract at any time for any reason and they will point to a line amidst a paragraph but when you read it that's not what it says, I have come to the point where I do not trust any realtor. Make them put your preference in the contract such as you will do no repairs or will spend no more than $500 on repairs and that you have the right to cancel the contract at any time with no cost to the seller. Always sell on contingent that you find a home and escrows close on the same day, it may take a little longer to sell but in the end you will be a happy camper with no stress. ... more
0 votes 35 answers Share Flag
A few minutes ago
Dianeschust answered:
Frist time buyer I have no money to put down who am I go to for help
0 votes 94 answers Share Flag
A few minutes ago
Oliviagn answered:
I have a beautiful, new kitchen and all new appliances, two bedroom corner first floor unit available for rent at Piedmont L with one parking spot right outside the unit, from three to six months or more. rent dependent on the number of months. Three month minimum at $2000 per month plus utilities. Six months or more $1700 per month plus utilities. ... more
0 votes 2 answers Share Flag
A few hours ago
Lanaya Herr asked:
i stupidly had the titie put her name. if does't
ishe does't full the amount owed, what r my rights
0 votes 0 Answers Share Flag
A few hours ago
John Finster asked:
A few hours ago
Jill Wilcox asked:
A few hours ago
swagman231 asked:
A few hours ago
Kathy asked:
I inquired about a property, and she answered very quickly. I answered her questions 2 days ago, and can't get a response. I've left phone messages. This has happened to me twice…
0 votes 0 Answers Share Flag
A few hours ago
Susie Kay answered:
You'd need to consult your lender if you are using a loan.
0 votes 2 answers Share Flag
A few hours ago
Skip Nau asked:
My listing was posted via remtal manager at Zillow but didn't transfer over properly.

Skip 678-481-6396
0 votes 0 Answers Share Flag
A few hours ago
Angelina Georgetti asked:
Surrounding Rochester area . Dont want Rochester City school district
0 votes 0 Answers Share Flag
A few hours ago
Cynthia Pratt answered:
Anyone willing to work with the VASH Program? It is a Housing Assistance Program for Veteran's and their families.
0 votes 2 answers Share Flag
A few hours ago
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Yes. You need to post your home for sale on Zillow, then it will sync to Trulia within 24-36 hours. Zillow and Trulia are the same company (Zillow Group).
0 votes 1 answer Share Flag
A few hours ago
Schae99 answered:
A few hours ago
asgj1978 answered:
The VA requires only a 2 year wait...so as I write this answer in 2017 you should be now eligible!!
0 votes 1 answer Share Flag
A few hours ago
asgj1978 answered:
As long as your retirement income is still enough for loan:debt ratio, a lender would not care where the money comes from as long as it is legal...heck social security is more of a guarantee than any job income. ... more
0 votes 1 answer Share Flag
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ...
Search Advice
Search