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Thu Aug 31, 2017
Mary answered:
Hello,

To post your home for sale by owner on Trulia, click the link below and select Submit listings for sale.
http://www.trulia.com/submit_listings/

You will be redirected to our partner site, Zillow. Once you activate your listing on Zillow, it will appear on Trulia within 24 hours.

For future reference, you can feel free to contact us about this type of inquiry through our contact form here:
http://www.trulia.com/help/ask/

Thank you for using Trulia!

Mary
Consumer Care Advocate
http://www.trulia.com/help/ask/
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Fri Jun 30, 2017
Nicolevec answered:
HI Haydee,
My townhouse in Charlotte is owned by private landlord. Please contact me if you'd like to discuss.
https://www.trulia.com/rental/4017735988-8519-Sharonbrook-Dr-7B-Charlotte-NC-28210?view=public ... more
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Mon Jul 25, 2016
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Wed Apr 29, 2015
Holly Dede answered:
The first thing I would recommend is to double check with your accountant. However, most likely if you lived there most of the time for the last 2 years you would not have to pay capital gains tax on the proceeds. ENJOY!

Next, the time of year depends on several factors. Right now is an AMAZING time because of the shortage of inventory paired with the low interest rates for buyers. It's a perfect storm. In general, there are more buyers looking in the Spring/Summer, and theoretically there are more homes on the market at that time which increases competition for your home. In practice, I find another big sales time is actually 4th quarter because while there are fewer buyers, the buyers are serious because they typically need to move before January. All of these tid bits are good to know, but the truth is a really good agent would be able to look at the market and look at your home and put a strategy together that is right for your property and your personal goals. Every one of my marketing strategies have been different for every home and client I have represented. Find the agent who takes the time to tailor fit it for you!
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Wed Apr 29, 2015
Holly Dede answered:
If your realtor is a member of the MLS in Charlotte, and lists your home in the MLS, it should be syndicated to Trulia. Because over 90% of the buyers find their home online at websites like Trulia, it is really important to have maximum exposure to as many sights as possible. There is a service called "ListHub" which will send hundreds of websites the information from the MLS, and some agents have more bells and whistles on the internet than others. GOOD LUCK and happy selling!! ... more
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Sat Feb 8, 2014
Mundy Bringuier answered:
Yes, Jackie there is one available, actually it's a 3 story townhouse. If you like to see let me know give me a call. 704 451-8599. Thanks you! Mundy
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Sun May 6, 2012
dave answered:
Jerry,

I am retired Army...My advice is to use your VA benefit. It allows you to purchase a home with no money down and if you are disabled the funding fee (insurance they charge is prorated down depending on the disability percentage). it is a great way to get into a house.

I help veterans everyday realize the home ownership dream...if I can be of any assisitance to you please do not hestiate to either call me at 704-519-7895 or e-mail me back at ddicecco@cbunited.com

Dave diCecco
Realtor/Broker
www.davedicecco.com
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Mon Dec 21, 2009
Rowena Patton answered:
See link to read more - hope this helps!
Frequently asked questions about the homebuyer tax credit extension

Source: realtor.com
Who Qualifies for the Extended Credit?

* First-time home buyers who purchase homes between November 7, 2009 and April 30, 2010.
* Current home owners purchasing a home between November 7, 2009 and April 30, 2010, who have used the home being sold or vacated as a principal residence for five consecutive years within the last eight.

To qualify as a “first-time home buyer” the purchaser or his/her spouse may not have owned a residence during the three years prior to the purchase.

If you or your client purchased a home between January 1, 2009 and November 6, 2009, please see: 2009 First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit.
Which Properties Are Eligible?

The Extended Home Buyer Tax Credit may be applied to primary residences, including: single-family homes, condos, townhomes, and co-ops.
How Much Is Available?

The maximum allowable credit for first-time home buyers is $8,000.

The maximum allowable credit for current homeowners is $6,500.
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Tue Nov 10, 2009
Daniel Eberwein answered:
No, as long as you are 100% upfront with the lender regarding your intentions. Since it is going to be a rental property, you'd likely need more of a down payment (last I dealt with one, lender wanted 20% down for investment properties) to purchase it. I just purchased a property from a family member, and all the lenders I talked with had no issue with this. All they cared about was my credit score, income and ability to repay the loan. ... more
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