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A moment ago
Scott Godzyk answered:
You should be able to click on your name, upper right, go to profile and edit.
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A moment ago
Scott Godzyk answered:
There is no age that is too old. I had a 96 your old man buy a home in an adult community. He was in the best shape a man half his age could ask for. SO no age too old
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A few minutes ago
Scott Godzyk answered:
Trulia does not edit listings. This is the q and a section. When you do list, you can manually enter the listing changing the room count, size, pictures etc. If the owner wants to make a change before, there is a link they can click on the property page to send in changes for review ... more
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A few minutes ago
Scott Godzyk answered:
First off the seller should not have moved because the buyer asked them. The seller should have planned to be moved on closing day. Most often when the buyer gets the clear to close, then the seller starts moving, but not before. The listing agent surely should have told you that? ... more
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Taxmanroger answered:
I am not a lawyer.
It is a contract to buy a property at an agreed upon price. You accepted. Show it all you want with the knowledge that the buyer may have legal recourse. There is probably an ethical component too. What would you expect to happen if roles were reversed? Would you be happy with that? That said, I believe that unless you have some kind of escape clause (subject to buyer obtaining finance for instance) you might have no way out unless buyer agrees. It seems to me that "Right of first Refusal" might apply. In other words I have an accepted contract with you to buy property. You have the obligation to sell if agreed at first. If you, as original owner, sell property to a third party anyway, the original owner (you) may have to pass on any excess funds to the original offeror (?) if he/she agrees. As previously stated: Not a lawyer. ... more
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A few minutes ago
Prosper Realty answered:
I would recommend talking with Home Loans For All. We've been sending clients (low income families as well) to them for over a year now and they've been great at finding a lender(s) for our clients. I'll include a link to them below.


Best of luck!!
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A few minutes ago
Mary answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Thank you for using Trulia!

Mary
Consumer Care Advocate
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A few minutes ago
Mary answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Thank you for using Trulia!

Mary
Consumer Care Advocate
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A few minutes ago
Westsail43 asked:
I once had this property set as a favorite, but took it off after the owner started treating it like a Craigslist ad and it became a nuisance. The trouble is I still get multiple alerts…
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A few minutes ago
Azsign answered:
If you're still breathing you might have a chance!
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A few hours ago
Trevor Long answered:
A few hours ago
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Unfortunately you are learning one of the 1st rules in real estate. SACRIFICE. Like many buyers, you want your dream home but you can't afford it. Sorry, but you need to learn that your income is not enough for you to afford a home in your area. Either you will need to buy a condo or move in a different town and buy something that is within $154K ... more
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A few hours ago
Januarysky2917 asked:
I had agreed to price of property after a long weeks battle of going back and forth. All pending an inspection. After all agreed to now the seller wants me to sign papers for "AS IS" and…
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