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Mon Sep 18, 2017
Mary answered:
Hello,

Upon checking your Trulia profile, the reason why you are getting email notification outside of your search criteria is from your recent searches from different areas. My best recommendation is to manage your saved homes, saved searches and recent searches of your Trulia profile. Please follow the instructions below on how to unsaved unwanted property from your board.

1. Log in to your Trulia account
2. Click 'Saved homes'
3. Click 'Saved Homes' from the tabs
4. On the property, click the 3 dots on the lower right corner
5. Click 'Delete'

Below also are the instructions on how to create/edit a search to match with your criteria.

1. Log in to your Trulia profile
2. Click 'Buy' or 'Rent'
3. Input your desired filters such as area, price, beds and home type. You can also use the 'More' button to input keywords
4. Click 'Save Search'

You can also delete your unwanted saved searches/recent searches by following the instructions below.

1. Log in to your Trulia account
2. Click the 'Saved Searches' or 'Recent Searches' from the tab on the upper right corner of the page
4. Find the property listings that is outside of your criteria search and click 'Delete'

Thank you for using Trulia!

Mary
Consumer Care Advocate

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Sun Dec 11, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
That's because this is just a marketing site intended to profit from us agents and lenders and does not replace the MLS nor the services of a REALTOR. The data is often very outdated and inaccurate and doesn't have the best search functionality. If you're looking to buy or sell you should contact a local Realtor who will have access to the local MLS (and yes, we can specify Lone Tree as part of the search criteria). ... more
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Mon Apr 27, 2015
lewisremington19 answered:
I would see if you can get a few quotes from roof repair companies and see if there is anything less expensive. You really might want to get a lawyer on your side as well, like your agent suggested. That might help you the most, since they'll be able to better negotiate.
http://www.palmerroofing.net
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Fri Jan 17, 2014
Brian Smith asked:
Good Morning, I have a couple moving here from Texas. She is already here and is looking for a pace immediately. She works in the DTC area and is looking from Aurora South, Centennial (to…
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Sun Sep 29, 2013
Jan Baer answered:
Hi Angela, Did you have your inspection this past week? If so, how did it go?
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Fri Sep 27, 2013
Jan Baer answered:
Hi Josephine, Please read all the terms and conditions of your listing agreement, as there will be a termination clause and possibly a HOLD OVER period where the agent will be able to protect commissions for any buyers who saw the property during their listing period, for 90-180 day period after expiration or termination. Please consult with the Real Estate commission in NJ as each state is different.
Since you asked this question last year, hopefully the issue is resolved by now and you have SOLD your home. Cheers, Jan
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Wed Aug 8, 2012
Suz A answered:
The buyers these days are aware of what is going on. The low end of the market here in Boulder County has home sales moving quickly. If they are unaware of the current inventory lows, they must be ignoring the media and everyone else. Only a misinformed individual would tender an offer that is what I call a low ball offer - something so far out of range as to not qualify for a response.

If you have a custom home or a high-end home, things might be different. Otherwise, you should be getting offers that match price and even better.

And I agree. You will do better working with a Realtor.

Best regards,
Suz
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Tue Jul 10, 2012
Michael Krieg answered:
90% of all our buyers are from out of state and are buying very expensive properties. People can see that real estate investments are a great place to park money, low risk and you get the use of the asset. You can't ski, fish, hunt, hike, raft or entertain your friends and family on a stock certificate or mutual fund. !!!!!!!! ... more
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Tue Jul 10, 2012
Michael Krieg answered:
90% of all our buyers are from out of state and are buying very expensive properties. People can see that real estate investments are a great place to park money, low risk and you get the use of the asset. You can't ski, fish, hunt, hike, raft or entertain your friends and family on a stock certificate or mutual fund. !!!!!!!! ... more
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Tue Jul 10, 2012
Michael Krieg answered:
90% of all our buyers are from out of state and are buying very expensive properties. People can see that real estate investments are a great place to park money, low risk and you get the use of the asset. You can't ski, fish, hunt, hike, raft or entertain your friends and family on a stock certificate or mutual fund. !!!!!!!! ... more
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Sat Jun 16, 2012
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Depends on the house and how well it is priced........I just listed one, on Wednesday, for 799,000, and it has already had 3 showings .......and someone is coming back for the 2nd time this evening.

I have one listed over 1.4 million, and it has been shown twice in the 2 weeks since it was listed..........

It's hard to generalize....but, truthfully, in my area, 700,000 is not considered that high of a list price, so there are a good number of buyers out there looking in that range
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Fri Jun 8, 2012
Shelley Bryant answered:
You need to first work out with your current agent if they are withdrawing their contract or if its expiring.
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Tue May 22, 2012
Shelley Bryant answered:
The market seems to be picking up in the higher price ranges.
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