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Wed Aug 3, 2016
Kurtzjlk asked:
I signed up with Zillow to showcase my home, which populates the info on Trulia. I am having an open house this Sunday and keyed that info to Zillow. Why does it not say that on Trulia?
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Sat Apr 25, 2015
Brian F. Walsh answered:
I believe you should start by claiming the property. Under the main picture scroll over the button "Edit home facts". Then click on "Claim this home" Click on your name and it will probably prompt you through a series of steps to register and be able to change the pictures.

If this doesn't work visit the help site at:
Here you can ask a website representative to guide you through the process.
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Tue Mar 3, 2015
Merissa answered:
My husband is a realtor of Schuler Bauer, you can contact him at
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Fri Aug 1, 2014
Michael Thacker answered:
Absolutely and near by Copperfield is very nice too, as are several neighborhoods in that area.

If you want to do a online search, you can via my website which is linked to the local MLS, or you can ask me to do it for you!

All the best!

Michael Thacker
Kentucky Select Properties
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Sat Jan 11, 2014
Octavia Green answered:
I have a new rental that fits your criteria in J-Town (Hurstbourne Woods Subdivision). 4 bedrooms, 2 l/2 baths, loft, finished basement, 2 car attached garage. Rent is 1700 per month and home was built in 1994. Home is in great condition and is located on a cul-de-sac in a great neighborhood. This property will be available to show on Sunday, 1/12/2014. Let me know if you have any interest in viewing this property. Thanks ... more
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Mon Dec 9, 2013
Jacki Shafer answered:
Personally I think it's worth a trip to Louisville to get a feel for the area and personally interview 2 or 3 Realtors. It is a great way to get to know your way around the area. If, for instance, great schools are important, you will want to carve out some time to visit schools.

If you want some acreage, you will want to look at neighboring counties to see how much more your money can buy.

Then, after you have pretty much settled on your area(s) of choice, come in 2-3 months early and shop till you find a home.

Our Team will be happy to help you !
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Wed Jul 17, 2013
Joel Lobb answered:
Greater Louisville Association of Realtors
6300 Dutchmans Pkwy.
Louisville, KY 40205

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Fri Jul 5, 2013
Joel Lobb answered:
I would try and open some new debt immediately. A credit card or two would be fine and pay on it for about 3-6 months and keep the balance low in relation to your credit limits.

Joel Lobb (NMLS#57916)
Senior Loan Officer
502-905-3708 cell
502-813-2795 fax

Key Financial Mortgage Co. (NMLS #1800)*
107 South Hurstbourne Parkway*
Louisville, KY 40222*
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Fri May 3, 2013
Joel Lobb answered:
Standard California Association of Realtor (C.A.R.) purchase contracts, by default, give a buyer 17 days to release an appraisal contingency. That time frame can be extended or shortened in the contract. At the end of that time, if the buyer has not signed a release of contingencies, the seller can cancel the contract, after delivering to the buyer a Request for Buyer to Perform, giving the buyer 24 to 72 hours, typically, to perform.
Buyers have options if a low appraisal was received.
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Mon Jun 25, 2012
Neil Blumberg answered:
I agree with David Pauley. A team approach is warranted. One of my team is an attorney specializing in both real estate and certain bankruptcies; another member is a 2nd attorney for other bankruptcies, depending on complexity. I have a client who 3 weeks ago was able to obtain a $250,000 loan within 2 years of suffering a Ch 11 converted to Ch 7, $6,000,000 bankruptcy. This requires a specialised lender (NOT a hard money lender!). Depending on your situation, I also have an investor who may be prepared to buy a house for you to sell back to you, though there are certain distinct disadvantages to this arrangement. Each situation is unique, and it will all turn on the details. Fortunately it appears that you have many possible paths.

Good luck and best wishes
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