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Sat May 2, 2015
Adam J. Nelson answered:
Evening Ronit, I would check your local registry of deeds online website for the property in question you are looking to find information about. For Winchester, you would vist: http://www.masslandrecords.com/middlesexsouth/ In the header, click on search options and select property search. There you can find public records of the transaction.

As for updates at Trulia, I would expect their content to be updated dynamically based on feed data from the listing services, however, if the listing was manually updated by the previous agent, it could have broken the data connection.

Hope that helps!
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Sat Apr 18, 2015
ronit.nossenson asked:
Hi,
I wonder how long it takes for your database to be update with new sale events? In our street a house was sold on Dec 2014 and we do not see it yet.
Thank you,
Ronit
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Fri Feb 1, 2013
Georgina Villa O'Bryan answered:
I think one of the few states that the disclosure is requires happens to be California.
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Fri Jan 4, 2013
Ann Cohen answered:
I know of a wonderful 2 bedroom rental coming online in February. If anyone is looking, please let me know!
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Tue Jun 7, 2011
Zelda Kohn answered:
Mark,
The answers you will, typically, receive via open forum may not necessarily respond to what you want or need to know. I suggest you get yourself a Buyer's Agent and direct this question to him/her. Also, the agent will know better what your budgetary or other constraints and motivations are and be in a better position to give you a valuable answer and advise!

Having said that, I can tell you need to understand the building and the unit in it if you are considering it for purchase.
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Mon Jun 6, 2011
gabriel palotas answered:
Winchester Cathedral you let me down you stood there and watched my girl left town. Maybe you should consider the odds and move on. I would . Lets toss a coin and call the realtor.
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Mon Jun 6, 2011
Gerard Carney answered:
First concern is do they have the credit rating needed to get the rate and amount they want.
Will buying this home now mean we will still see a lose in value for several more years.
Are there any assistance programs out there!
Has been too soon since a short sale or a foreclosure to buy a new home.
Do I put as much cash as I can and less in Financing!
Can I sell my home in any reasonable amount of time so I can buy this home I found and like!
Is it the wrong time to sell and down size!
These seven items seem to be the most common items I have to answer all the time! How about the rest of you guys! As for the market, Yippee! it is moving a bit these days and I see more buyers looking and buying!
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Mon Jun 6, 2011
gabriel palotas answered:
Mark ,
Get your real estate license you sound as if you have done your homework.
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Mon Jun 6, 2011
DeVallon Bolles answered:
basement bedrooms shouldn't be listed as bedrooms; you can complain to MLSPIN, not to mention GBAR, not to mention the Commonwealth. This is why buyers should be careful to work with an experienced buyer's agent. ... more
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