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Avery.bang answered:
I also have this question - how do I update my home information?
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Charles R Evans answered:
Im intered in a 3 bedroom home but my credit is poor and im on disabled with 2 disabled kids
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Alan May answered:
You're better off contacting a local Realtor to represent you as the buyer. They will figure out how to contact the home owner.

Good luck.
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Alan May answered:
Trulia is simply a place where people post their listings. They do not assist in the purchase. Contact a local Realtor to assist you.
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Alicia Lopez answered:
It depends which type of loan are you applying to?
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Anthony K asked:
Since I wanted sellers to take me seriously, I looked to get preapproved for a mortgage. After providing the required documentation I was pre-approved. The lender then sent me a package…
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Steve Donnelly answered:
As a listing agent, I would never tell a lie and say that there were multiple offers when there are not. I believe that there are some unethical Realtors out there that will do that, but not many. Also, if I have multiple offers, I am more than happy to (with the sellers consent) not only show those offers, but disclose what the highest offer is to all the other buyers agents. My fiduciary is to my seller, and to get them the highest price that I can for their home. My fiduciary is not to the other Buyer Agents. So there is absolutely nothing unethical about disclosing the highest bid. It may piss off the agent and the buyer who made the highest bid. But I represent the seller not them. ... more
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Steve.immel answered:
Help! I have an up to date browser and I've cleared my cache but when I click on say "52 photos" of a listing, they never show up??
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Anthony K asked:
In my mortgage pre-approval package I'm being asked to sign all of these documents and applications. They mention that as a condition for obtaining the loan, I must purchase title insurance…
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Susan Mullan Furey answered:
If a seller suspects that a buyer is trying to get out of the sale (walk away to get escrow/ earnest $ back) during the mortgage contingency phase by bringing in a structural engineer to check for structural damage (in relationship to termites only, as requested by bank - which only asked for a carpenter's report & when it's already been determined there are no termites - and buyer's agent tells seller agent that he is bringing in structural engineer to check for everything an anything structural (when already past inspection phase when no structural damage to house was found or reported) & both buyer and seller signed off - Then, mortgage is denied saying reason for denial is termite damage with no proof or report from the buyer's structural engineer - shouldn't we be suspect? We as seller's were never told what damage the bank is referring to. How can we allow them to falsely report on our home when we know it isn't true and have documents that say so? How can 'one' deal with this? Btw, we have 28 years of clean termites reports from a termite company we use annually to check for termites. So we have no termites. Thank you ... more
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Susie Kay answered:
It will be for one year. I would suggest that you talk to your lender about this or any concern you have that's related to your loan/insurance.
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Susie Kay answered:
I would suggest that you pick up the phone and call a local realtor to assist you.
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Rakesh asked:
Do you believe it is a good idea to buy. It is registered as a condo property.And elementary school is 3 miles away though surrounded by 2 big schools
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Jessica.e.kramer asked:
My listing is for 4250 coldwater canyon ave, studio city ca 91604. 1 room for rent. I received a confirmation email when I posted the listing, but it does not show up in searches. I am I…
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