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In My Neighborhood in Hendersonville : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Feb 12, 2011
Jayne Williamson answered:
That is a good question, Julie. Since Trulia is feed by Bizhub on a lot of the listings in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) you would think that the correct information would transfer. I have had the same problem with some of my properties. No matter how I try to change the name of the will not let me and therefore cannot map it correctly. I am sorry you are having these frustrations.

If you are looking for a particular area, or type/price-range of home, then as REALTORS(r) we are able to set you up with a shopping cart that the MLS directly real-time...with correct mapping. If you are not currently working with another REALTOR(r), I would be happy to help you in your search. That way you don't have to look at every single thing on the Internet, but only those properties that interest you...emailed directly to you. Please let me know if I can help!
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Sun Jun 21, 2009
Kyle Kissmann answered:
the problem with that is the neighbor works for the same co as the realtor. She even signs his paycheck so to speak. I doubt he's going to deviate from anything she says but I cant remove the tree since its on their property and she won't remove it cause she's uneducated about how insurance works. How is showing a potential buyer a rotten tree considered "airing dirty laundry"? I've had one of his tree's (rotten) trees fall 5 ft from my work truck earlier this year and one of my own trees fall (healthy) due to all the rain just a week ago. If someone was trying to sell me swamp land during a drought and a neighbor was willing to say "check the history, this is normally swampland" I'd be grateful. Besides, isn't this one of the reasons people hire an inspector (though they don't look at potential hazards outside so much)? ... more
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