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Sun Jul 19, 2015
Michael Crovo answered:
Top right corner, click "my listings"

Your listings will show up, click "edit listing" underneath, should be visable, maybe a little drop down menu, it will say "edit". Look for this around the listing you want to edit. Then once you click you will see the listing profile, there should be areas or lines that you can edit, find what you want to edit and make the correct changes, once you changed scroll all the way down the page, click "save listing", it should update right away, might have to give it a few minutes as well as refresh the page. ... more
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Fri Oct 24, 2008
Larry Story answered:
Actually it depends on what your intentions are now for the home. If you intend to rent it out then truthfully it is no longer your primary residence and the mortgage company will want to redo your loan. If you are simply going to allow it to sit vacant (which I do not advise) then you can leave as is. Yes you can do as you state to make it easier on you with exchange rates and all.
You could go ahead and list the home though. You may get a full price offer on it you never know. Just because it is listed does not mean you have to take any offer that comes in. Plus this way your agent will also be keeping an eye on the home.

Hope this helps,
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