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Wed Aug 23, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Trulia and other real estate websites pay 3rd party vendors to copy property information from counties across the U.S. - as long as it's publicly available. These websites want a page for every home in the U.S. whether it's available for sale or not. The home you're looking at is not for sale. ... more
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Mon Apr 27, 2015
Errinna Chum asked:
I am the homeowner of 25 2nd St Orange MA and I would like for you to remove all photo shown on your website.
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Thu Jul 31, 2014
Thomas Ruble asked:
I want to add a listing, but you are showing the wrong town. MLS and Zillow have it correct. My listing is in New Salem MA 01364 but you show it as Orange, MA They share the same zip code,…
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Sun Dec 25, 2011
Mikel DeFrancesco answered:
Often if it is a REO / Bank Owned the listing broker either may not know, or will leave that information up to the buyer as part of their due diligence. You may also be looking at a national site whose database is not properly tied in to every field our local MLS has ( remember, there are 800+ local MLS's in the country the national databases are tied in to ... so they cannot show close to all available info, only the ones common to every MLS and the ones that buyers typicall search by ). So my suggestion would be to find a terrific local Realtor and to sign up for direct access to the MLS, in which you will find the HOA fees for any condo as listed by the listing broker.

Mikel DeFrancesco, Success Real Estate
direct: 617.755.8272
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Fri Nov 7, 2008
Yannis Tsitsas answered:
Hi Virginia:
the commission fees are negotiable. They are no fixed fees. If you are a seller and you hire a seller's broker in the contract that you will sign,will state how much will be the total commission and what percentage of that will go to the buyer's broker or the facilitator. It will be between you and your broker to discuss and agreed upon.
The RE broker could advice you as to how much commission is offered in your area, but you decide.
I hope that it is helpful.
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