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Tue Jul 4, 2017
Sally Grenier answered:
I don't think you can "download" anything from Trulia. However, keep in mind this is just a marketing website. This should not replace the assistance of a REALTOR, nor the MLS (multiple listing service). Your Realtor could absolutely "download" a comprehensive list from the MLS for you. The listings you see on here (and other sites like Zillow or are notoriously out of date. If you're in a hot market, it's likely most of the listings you see here are already under contract. Good luck! ... more
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Thu Mar 28, 2013
Mark Cahoone answered:
If you would like help in getting qualified to know how much home your income and credit will allow you to afford with today's home loan standards let me know. If you already have found one you want let me know and I can get you approved for the best financing in town. Good luck and I hope you find what you need and want!

Brad Cahoone
972-724-3222 ext 227
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Sat Jul 5, 2008
Margaret T. Hatcher answered:
Robert ,
Are you talking about the IRS, The State Controller or the County Tax Assessor. There will be different sites for the different ones.
The courthouse steps ( as they say) is the first place to look , but you do have three big auction companies that take care of many of the tax sales for some of the counties in Texas. I would bring up the county on Google and start my search there to see how they handle their sales. If I lived in the county I would go to the courthouse and read the wall.
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