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Jesslacanlale asked:
I'm new to the Sacramento area and found Sac Rentals online as I'm interested in renting a home. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
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Pjryan2004 answered:
Reach out to Select Us. They only work with serious clients and get the best results. If you need a lender, they work with lots of them and can connect you to someone who fits your needs. Check them out www.selectusllc.com ... more
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Pjryan2004 answered:
Select Us is local and specializes in home buyers. They're reviews are excellent.
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Pjryan2004 answered:
Check out Select Us. They specialize in people looking to buy homes.
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
As a former NYC realtor, I wouldn't worry about it. Your listing is with Linda from the Corcoran Group, so if it's in the REBNY system, all agents in NYC will see it. You need to know that NYC agents rely on REBNY and Street Easy - not Zillow or Trulia. If your listing was For Sale By Owner, then the mistake would be an issue, but since you are listed with a broker, it's not an issue at all. ... more
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Connie Hall answered:
Check here. A place on Muse at a horse ranch, for rent!

https://atlanta.craigslist.org/wat/apa/6145133304.html

Good luck!
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John Inman asked:
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Hans asked:
looking for room or apartment to share
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sandra ruton answered:
I Live In North Linden It Isnt THat Bad....
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Greenlarina answered:
BUYER BEWARE! I worked with a True Homes sales agent for over a month to build my new home. We had weekly contact while I waited for a lot to become available. When the time came to select one, I was only shown lots, according to the sales agent, that would fit the house I planned to build. While I waited for True Homes to release the lot for sale, I was told in order to write contract on contingency my current home needed to be listed on the market BEFORE we could move forward. Following the instructions of the sales agent, I listed my home one week prior to my appointment to write contract. Less than 24 hours before my appointment I was told the house I planned to build would not fit on the lot. Three weeks passed between the time True Homes had me pick out a lot and my scheduled appointment. How in the world did they just realize the day before I was due to write contract that the house would not fit on the lot?

To make matters worse, I received an offer over asking for my current home. I now had to either sell my home or pay my real estate agent's $5,500 commission out of pocket.

I informed True Homes of my dilemma. I asked them to check and see if there were any lots in a future phase that would accommodate the house I wanted to build. True Homes would not provide an answer to that question. They did not offer an explanation. They did not acknowledge the position I was put in. They did not apologize. They did not offer to work with me to provide a resolution. They simply replied, "True Homes will not make any commitments to you at this time."

I am a victim of of their bad business practices. Communities are planned out well in advance. Builders know the exact size of every lot and what homes will accommodate them. It is inexcusable that we got this far in the process before this grave mistake was discovered. No one should ever be put in the position I was put in.

At the very least I should have been given an apology and offered an explanation. If True Homes was the company of integrity they claim to be on their website, they would have worked with me on a resolution.
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Eldridgeanita46 answered:
My Pastor is looking for a Church to lease or buy
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
Trulia and Zillow will not remove the agents names. You need to understand that realtors choose to pay monthly advertising fees to Zillow, Trulia and other websites to market themselves and get leads. Realtors need buyers and sellers to call them so they can assist them with buying or selling a home. These realtors pay by zip code so all listings in that zip code will have the agent's picture and name appear - even on For Sale By Owner listings. This is why it was free to you to post your home for sale. The agents appearing on your listing paid for your listing. This is how Trulia, Zillow and other websites make money - by charging agents monthly fees for advertising.

What you CAN DO: Edit your property description (in Zillow) and type in ALL CAPS in the first sentence - "Please call ___ at ___" to inquire about this home. Another option is to consider a Flat Fee listing. You can Google "Flat Fee Broker". This option allows you to post your listing in the MLS system for a small fee and you will still be For Sale By Owner. The MLS system requires you to pay a commission to the buyers broker but you will be in control for marketing, negotiations, contract, disclosures, deadlines, etc. The benefit to you is realtors will see your listing since they rely on the MLS system and they will bring their buyer clients. You need to know that realtors contact For Sale By Owner listings on Trulia and Zillow only to tell you that you're stupid and don't know what you're doing and they try to convince you to list with them. They have no intention of bringing buyers to see your home.
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candice answered:
Hi Lia,
Check out my listing. Grove Street area. $1400/month. Looking for a roommate. I think you'll really like it.


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Kathy Burgreen answered:
If you have not signed anything with a realtor, you do not owe them a penny. Most realtors will have you sign an Exclusive Buyers Agreement before they show you any property. They will also ask for a pre approval from a lender or proof of funds. ... more
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