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Fri May 20, 2011
Emily Erekuff answered:
Hi Vicki,

As others have already stated, Trulia doesn't accept listing submissions directly from FSBO sellers. However, if you choose to work with a flat fee or full service broker or agent in the future, he or she can submit your listing information to Trulia via the link below.

Let us know if you have any other questions.

Best Wishes,

Emily Erekuff
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Fri Jun 13, 2008
Mary Leizinger answered:
I tell my clients who wonder about having their home on the market during the slower sales months of November, December and January that they will see fewer showings, but that there is less competition from competitive sellers during those months. In any case, buyers who are out slogging through the cold and snow during those months are SERIOUS about buying a home. If you are a seller, welcome them with a well preped and staged home -- you just might make the sale! One thing is certain, your home is unlikely to sell if it is not on the market. In this challenging market, it takes patience, persistence and a good marketing plan to succeed.

Best wishes.
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Thu Jan 10, 2008
Todd Norsted answered:
Shaupp....Honetsly, it's a law of numbers. I'd do an Open now and in Feb.. What have you to lose? The more often you're open, the better your chances are of having some sort of traffic. The more people that seem your home, the more likely it is to sell. I agree with Aaron on SuperBowl Sunday, but not on Parade. There always seems to be good traffic out during Parade, and people are starting to think "moving" at that time! ... more
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