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Tue Mar 7, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
You may not be able to. You should check direct with Supra and see if they can even do that. I would be interested in knowing for the future how you make out.
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Sat Feb 25, 2017
Edwena R Potter asked:
I checked MLS, Zillow, Realtor.com and all showed the correct feed of 2-4 pm for 2/26. I have a screenshot if you need to see it.
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Fri Jul 8, 2016
Susie Kay answered:
You don't need a realtor to look for rental home. However, having a realtor can benefit you in many ways and most likely you don't have to pay for the service. Your realtor knows the current market trend and can help guide you through the process and give you advice, negotiate on your behalf, search for the right and active on the market property for you (many of those free websites are not updated), look after your benefit (the landlord's agent will look after the landlord's benefit and not you), show you the properties that you are interested in one shot or otherwise you'll have to call every landlord's agent to show you his/her property, etc.

I hope this helps!

Best,

Susie Kay
Realtor
Seniors Real Estate Specialist
Certified Home Stager

United Real Estate Dallas
469-371-2899
www.dfwdreamhomes.net
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Tue May 3, 2016
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Tue Mar 29, 2016
Alysse Musgrave answered:
No you can't. Buying a home at auction is exceedingly risky, and rarely profitable. I have yet to see a house that was cheap enough or special enough to justify the risk involved with buying a home that has been foreclosed upon. I've worked in the Lewisville area for 21 years..let me know if I can assist you.


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Tue Nov 3, 2015
Gerald Feenstra answered:
Hello,

I would recommend reaching out directly to Trulia Customer Support. They can be reached at: 1 (888) 466-3501 they should be able to assist you with this problem.

Good luck!
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Fri Aug 1, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
mbf,
You ask a simple question with a complicated answer. In the end it may come down to what a judge decides as getting a non-compliant seller to do "the right thing" is not an easy thing outside of law. You may have to prove it stopped working prior to the close of sale and that they had knowledge of that failure. It the end, the attorney's win and everyone else is frustrated.
Talk to an attorney for the best advice, give them a clear timeline of events and copies of all the paperwork. The seller will likely claim, it worked on the day we closed and broke the next day when you were the owner. Unless you have a warranty or some contractual requirement that holds them accountable, you may have a tough case. Best of luck.
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Tue Aug 7, 2012
Dallas Texas answered:
Pick me I am seasoned professional with short sale experience.

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972-699-9111
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Fri Nov 18, 2011
Don Groff answered:
The answer is in your contract. There is a financing addendum that states a number of days to receive a full lender approval. If you have filed extensions you are probably past that date already. If you truly want the house I would talk with your agent and possibly get another lender involved in the process. While lending today is a tricky process and extensions are a lot more common it sounds like you need to get a second opinion with your financing.

Don Groff
REALTOR® | Mortgage Broker
Keller Williams Realty | 360 Lending Group
o.512.669.5599 m.512.633.4157
listings@dongroff.com
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Thu Nov 17, 2011
Stephanie Leon answered:
Hi Ann,

Here is a link to guide you through the path of homeownership. This is goverment site to help buyers learn and understand the home buying process .

With the information you provide, you will receive a general estimate of how much you can afford to spend on a house based on your income and monthly debts.

The loan calculator gives estimates for FHA, VA and Conventional loans based on the home sale price and state you provide.

Use the link below or visit http://www.ginniemae.gov/ypth/index.asp?subTitle=YPTH
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Tue Jun 7, 2011
Gerard Carney answered:
Well first you can only do so before you had him or her make an offer that put you into contract, they will get paid for their service if the contract closes. As for no Contract and no offers made, just tell them you do not want them as your Realtor and be done with it ... more
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