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Wed Nov 2, 2016
Angelica P answered:
Hello,

We didn't get enough information about your problem to resolve the issue. Please provide us with complete property address and we will be happy to assist you.

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!

Angelica
Consumer Care Advocate
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Wed May 11, 2016
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Fri Feb 26, 2016
Ejacksonr asked:
They were removed from the Zillow site by request, but I have been unable to remove them from Trulia. Please help.
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Fri Jan 22, 2016
Amelia Robinette answered:
why do you care what Trulia says about the property?

trulia isn't a real estate agent or agency - it's an advertising site that aggregates data from multiple sources. it's probably pulling from tax records.

you'll need to go to the source in order for this public advertising site to publish correct info. go to your local jurisdictions tax record office to get it corrected if it's important to you. most jurisdictions base annual taxes on sq footage, so when you get that changed/corrected, you may be looking at a higher tax bill.
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Thu May 7, 2015
Scott Godzyk answered:
This is the q and a section so unlikely trulia service will see your post. First it takes 48-72 hours for a listing to go live or public once you post. To reach service, scroll to the bottom right of page and click on help center ... more
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Sun Feb 22, 2015
Nitae05 asked:
I have been actively looking for a home for more than a year now, and I have become very impatient when it comes to Trulia allowing anyone to make listings without background checks. You…
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Sun Oct 13, 2013
Dana Lindberg answered:
Yes, you can. FHA allow this type of setup as long as you are qualified to do the repairs and can follow the timeline. For more details about 203k loan, visit www.cfs203k.com.
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Thu Sep 5, 2013
Bill Eckler answered:
A buyer's level of motivation knows no season....it's all about their immediate needs. Granted, there are periods during which there is greater buyer interest. For example, in the northeast it's during the warmer months while in the deep south it's during the winter.

With the anticipated increase in interest rates, the number of motivated buyers is likely going to decrease, creating a slower overall selling period. If this is indeed the case, taking advantage of the present market may be your best avenue.

Good luck,

Bill
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Thu Jan 10, 2013
Isabella Goll answered:
I used the company South Serve to rehab my home after major storm damage. You can find the company at www.southserve.com
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Thu Dec 27, 2012
Anneke Wilkey answered:
What does your contract say? If it is not clear to you, you need to consult an attorney. In TN if the buyer defaults, the seller gets the earnest money. There is no percentage limit on the amount that is refunded. ... more
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Mon Nov 12, 2012
Brandon Howard answered:
These guys can help you out. Here are some listings from that area (37421):
http://www.realestatecenterplus.remax-tennessee.com/real-estate-listings-chattanooga-tn-37421.aspx
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Mon Nov 12, 2012
Brandon Howard answered:
I think you will need a real estate agent.

I know these guys are pretty good. Here are a few links to their site for you.

http://www.realestatecenterplus.remax-tennessee.com/

Selling your home:
http://www.realestatecenterplus.remax-tennessee.com/remaxtn/index.asp?p=pagecontent.asp&nav=1&pid=438

Here are some listings in the area you mentioned (37421):
http://www.realestatecenterplus.remax-tennessee.com/real-estate-listings-chattanooga-tn-37421.aspx
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Fri Jul 6, 2012
Brian Kelly answered:
Call Gerry Thomas at 423-605-1596 and tell him that Brian asked you to call him to get some direction on your license. He is a general contractor in Tennessee and has a real estate license. ... more
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Fri Apr 27, 2012
Charles Randall Freeman asked:
I'm having problems with FHA financing. My mid score is 643, but I had a BR in 2003, and some lates since then. It went through the automated part approved, but it got dclined by…
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Mon Feb 20, 2012
Emily Erekuff answered:
Hi parksm,

If you check the listing on Trulia again, you should see the listing data you submitted to us under the heading 'Owner Information' which is located directly below the listing description.

If you don't see that, or if you have any other questions, please let us know. You can contact our Customer Service team by phone at 888-466-3501 Monday - Friday 7am to 4pm PST, or send them an email via the link below.

Best Wishes,

Emily
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Sun Jan 23, 2011
Eric answered:
If you have a specific local area you are looking at, then take the advice given. However, if you're looking to get an idea of a market or several markets/neighborhoods, the paid lists might be the way to go, only to save you hours of time gathering info from multiple banks, county clerks, courthouses, agent lists, etc etc. Just a timesaver to start off.

Hope that's a helpful way of looking at it, time is money!
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Mon Jul 19, 2010
Becky Cope English answered:
Certainly! If you have an agent, your agent can make inquiry on what the contingencies are in place. It could be financing, home inspection or many other things. For example, the buyer may have a house to sell. In that case, the owner may want to accept back-up offers. If the first offer goes away, the back-up offer moves to first position. It's always worth a try. Also consider that buying a foreclosure takes a lot of patience. Good luck! ... more
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Sat Jul 17, 2010
Linda Anderson answered:
I think I would to because most people do that. I have lost properties for clients by not telling them to bid above asking price. This sounds like a HUD property and if they are decent properties they go fast. Even the worst properties sell but takes awhile. I think it is wise to bid higher if the property is worth it. ... more
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