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Home Selling in 34655 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jan 4, 2016
Diane Christner answered:
Contact your previous agent, they should remove it for you.
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Sun Jan 3, 2016
Amelia Robinette answered:
go to the source (usually a listing agent) and have it removed from there.
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Fri Apr 3, 2015
Felicia asked:
Responding agent (via email) sited my exact address but the link in the email was for another property far from mine. The perspective buyer was a personal associate so this made for uncomfortable…
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Tue Jan 27, 2015
Annette Lawrence answered:
Reason #1. you have not waited a sufficiently long time for it to appear
Reason #2. It is on Trulia but not where you are looking

Reason #3. the listing agent advised the seller that placing their home's information on advertising websites like TRULIA and ZILLOW forfeits the rights of the home owner to control their homes information. Predators of any kind will be able to see the interior of your home. These advertising websites reserve the right to use the home data in any manner that suits their purpose. If #3 is the reason, this listing agent has DEMONSTRATED UNCOMMON concern for the safety of not only the seller but the buyer as well.

Ron, if you are the SELLER, you should thank your REALTOR profusely. The long enduring perils and hazards that result of losing control of your homes data, creating risk, may have long enduring liability for the seller, their agent, the brokerage involved on both sides.
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Sun Nov 9, 2014
Jenna Christensen answered:
Sometimes 'new energy' is needed but don't try to sell urself.
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Sat Oct 9, 2010
KC Horton answered:
If you are the seller, your Realtor can probably lower the price every two weeks or so until offers come in. This way they have a track record of pricing to build their case to the bank that this homes offer should be accepted. The bank then may or may not approve the short sale at that price, but they will have a better idea where to market the home price-wise. An offer starts the negotiating process, so it is good to try and hit the sweet spot on pricing. ... more
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Sat Aug 7, 2010
Alma Kee answered:
I've seen the rumours that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac mortgages may have something like this in an August Surprise by Obama...
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Fri Feb 12, 2010
Murray Balkcom answered:
I've never heard about having to wait to sell one short sale at a time. As others mentioned, just know the potential tax ramifications of what you are doing. They could be zero, or lots and lots of money. ... more
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