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Anthony answered:
If you purchase your house cash you could refi the house next day
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A few minutes ago
Faith answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

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Faith
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Angelica P answered:
Hi,

To delete your unwanted saved searches, please follow the instructions below:

1. Log in to your Trulia account.
2. Click the Saved Searches from the tab on the upper right corner of the page.
4. Find the property listings that is outside of your criteria search and click Delete.


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Faith answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

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Faith
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Faith answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

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Faith
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Faith answered:
Hi,

We have closed your Trulia profile as you requested. Please also be advised that I have unsubscribed your email address from Trulia email distribution list and this will take effect up to 1 week.

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A few minutes ago
Denise Mackey answered:
I have a question cause iam calling about a house at 11001 nw 22nd ct a 2bed and 1 bath house for 750.00 a month is mr.roger Thomas still a work for you all can you plaese give me a called asap thank u ... more
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A few minutes ago
Carolyn Bussey answered:
Go to Hotpads.com might have luck, That area is expensive near the colleges ,I've heard the summitt at 35th and lancaster had apartments better if you went to the college.
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A few hours ago
Figann1 asked:
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Figann1 answered:
I am in a similar situation in NJ, what kind of Attorney handles this?
My first $216,000
2nd $51,000
Market value is ~$245,000
THe monthly payment of the second went up. I am paying the first in full and paying the second as much as i can. I have been tremendous hardship last 2-3 years because of litigation with my previous business partner. I tried to do loan modification with the second,i was rejected due to my debt/income ratio. My debt are the company debts that business partner used every company card (which are attached to my SSN) and dissappeared , very long story. So my debt is very high due to this , i do not have any debt on my own ,even car payment. But this is the situation, for example all the money he spent at Home Depot for his houses is my debt becaue Home Depot business Store card was belong to our company and that is secured with my personal SSN.There are several of these.
I need a "buffer"year , or "breathing room "
from the second lien holder at least until the end of my litigation but i was rejected due to above reason, i would like to speak with an attorney (what kind ??/ or any suggestion? i am from NJ
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A few hours ago
Ray.joann answered:
How about this....We are using an agent that did not have much time for us. She listed our home and did nothing. The house finally sold to our neighbor and we close the end of the month. We had a sale fail a few months ago and during that time I found a house to view - she did not find it. My husband was working so I checked it out. During the whole, brief tour the agent kept looking at her watch. It was so uncomfortable. I did want my husband to take a look and asked her to make another appointment. We went to the house and sat outside for over 20 minutes waiting for her. We called her and she said she was unable to make the appointment but forgot to tell us. My husband was not happy. Since the deal on our house failed we stopped looking. Once we had a good offer on our home we noticed the house we liked was still available but we did not want to go through our listing agent. We found an agent that we really liked and worked well with us. We signed a buyers agent agreement specific for that house and we bought it. We never signed anything with the first agent for the purchase of the house. We don't owe the first (bad) agent anything on our purchase....correct?? ... more
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A few hours ago
Kathy Burgreen answered:
The decision to cancel your transaction or move forward is up to you. Nobody online can advise you one way or the other. One advice I would give is visit or contact a few contractors, explain your situation and ask for their opinion. Schedule a time that is convenient for you and your contractor to visit the home in question, so the contractor can get a personal look at the situation. I guarantee your contractor's advice will mean more to you than what anybody online will write.

Remember, your contractor is going to assess the situation to determine whether you should move forward or cancel. It's better to always get an expert's advice than somebody who is not knowledgeable with the home. It makes no difference who the seller hires or who actually does any repairs. It matters to you what your contractor says.

Another issue that may present itself - Homeowners insurance. Will you be able to easily get homeowners insurance and will it cost you extra because of the inspection report.
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A few hours ago
Mary answered:
Hi,

Please be advised that this issue has been resolved

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Mary
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A few hours ago
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Since you're a Premier Agent, I would be calling your rep at Zillow or Trulia and complain. After all, you're paying them monthly fees for advertising.
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A few hours ago
Ryan Hebert asked:
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
Visit one of the large brokerages in your area. They publish quarterly reports with all kinds of statistics.
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