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Thu Aug 11, 2016
siamak-trulia asked:
I keep on sharing my board, but whenever I go back, it says "Only Me" and the others on not on my board. Why is that?
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Sat Apr 25, 2015
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Fri Apr 10, 2015
Bobbie Riley asked:
The house is listed with MLS# 201511508 on other sites. The photos are not the same on Trulia when I search for the address as those on Zillow and Keller Williams.
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Fri May 16, 2014
Deanna Hodge answered:
Where is it and would you be willing to sub-lease it if the price is right?
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Tue Jul 23, 2013
Sally English answered:
There is a fiduciary responsibility for licensed salespersons and brokers to leave a property secure. In Atlanta we have electronic lockboxes (holds the house key) which give all the pertinent information about each showing

Who showed the house
What brokerage holds their license
Personal email address
Personal phone number
Date lockbox was opened
Time Lockbox was opened.

If I was the listing agent for your property, I would have called the last agent to show and then, barring a great explanation - like they are in the hospital with a medical emergency - I would call the broker holding the salesperson's license and ask why I should not contact the licensing complaint board.

I agree, that doors to ocassionaly get left unlocked, But to leave sliding glass doors open and the front door unlocked is difficult to excuse. I personally always test the front door to confirm it is secure before I walk away after a showing. 99% of the agents do likewise.

Sally English
Atlanta GA
http://englishteam.com/
404-229-2995 direct
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Tue Sep 7, 2010
Scout answered:
We have a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home on a lovely, treed, close to one acre lot. Our lower level is a full, walk-out basement with a kitchen, and full bath. It has a separate entrance and access to a beautiful patio overlooking a pond with waterfalls. It is in the West Lafayette School corporation and close to Purdue University.
http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/2182-Tecumseh-Park-Ln_West-Lafayette_IN_47906_1117565712
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Thu Jun 12, 2008
Becky Johnson answered:
With summer upon us, many students that graduated have their homes on the market. The secret to getting it sold is to price it right, and strive toward having it in excellent showing condition., With these two areas being met, the property will move. The West Lafayette market is very strong this year. ... more
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Wed Sep 26, 2007
Damion Boyce, The Boyce Team answered:
I agree with Pam. The taxes will be reassessed when you purchase the home. Then the taxes will be current according to the price you pay.

If you do purchase a home that was a rental, you should investigate the history of the home. Look into the possibilty of past insurance claims. Rental homes sometimes take a beating. You will want to know if there have been past insurance claims and what those insurance claims were for (ie water damage). ... more
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