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17033 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jun 5, 2017
Angel Brito answered:
Hi, I am looking for 2 bed apt, 1st floor. We will be moving on September 30, 2017. Please let me know


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Wed Mar 8, 2017
Samantha Bergantine answered:
Hi Kristin, I know some time has passed since you posted this, so I hope you are well settled in by now! I'm a local REALTOR, so if you're still on the hunt, I would be happy to provide you a few rental options. My email is if you're interested. WELCOME TO PENNSYLVANIA! ? ... more
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Thu Sep 5, 2013
Steve Parsons answered:
You have to contact Trulia. Move your mouse to the upper right of the screen where your profile name is, and scroll down to Help.
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Sat Apr 6, 2013
Angela Moyer answered:
The prices that come from Trulia, Zillow, or any of the real estate sites are computer generated. These estimates are not usually very accurate at all, since they do not take into account the features and uniqueness of your home compared to similar homes in your area. For a good estimate you should contact a realtor and they can provide you with a CMA (comparable market analysis). They will look at local similar homes that have sold and take into account of the features that your home offers and make adjustments accordingly to come up with a recommended price range for your home. I am a local realtor, and I would be happy to provide you with a free market analysis. You may reach me on my cell (717-599-0076) with any additional questions or to schedule a meeting. I would be happy to assist you!

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Tue Sep 18, 2012
Paul B. Lorenzetti answered:
Hello Rich,
As a Realtor and Broker for quite a few years, I would not show homes to anyone without some type of pre approval for a loan. In almost all circumstances in Lebanon, if someone is interested in bringing a contract they must have approval letter to go with the offer. If you don't then an offer is not going to be accepted until you get approval which leaves the door open for another offer to come in in the meantime. That just wastes a lot of time for all concerned. I realize that you have your home on the market, but until it is under contract, it does not make you any more qualified than anyone else. You could write a contingency offer showing your home on the market but you should still have a pre qualification letter from a lender.
I highly recommend that you contact a lender and get this done. It does not take very long and most lenders can get a letter out that would be conditional upon you selling your home.
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Tue Jul 31, 2012
Sailor 1648 answered:
No, Christina, once you contact and find a property, Your tied to that realitor thats showing that property at 7 % fee, money you could reduce your cost and loan!
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Wed Jan 25, 2012
Jackie Henry answered:
Also, I'm sure you did this, but check and make sure it's not Estimated, and that it doesn't cover more than 30days, depending on when you moved in.
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Sat Jul 9, 2011
Sailor 1648 answered:
The Homes are over valued at this time 7/9/2011, A lot of sellers are dropping agents, I'am one of them, and selling by owner,cause these agent's don't know what their doing! ... more
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Wed Jan 20, 2010
Sean Dawes answered:
Up top you can click Stats and trends and then type in the area of interest to see the trends.

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