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Sat Jun 25, 2016
Dwvanbreemen asked:
Can anyone provide an estimate for homeowner's insurance in Highlands Ranch? We are looking to move to the area and need a ballpark for a mortgage calculation. We are concerned by the…
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Mon Mar 14, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
You should ask your agent about this. It's possible he doesn't syndicate listings to Trulia? He can always manually add it here.
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Mon Oct 5, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
Is your home listed for sale?? If so, you need to contact your Realtor. However, I have a feeling you're just referring to an old listing or the public records info on your property. If that's the case...why do you need to change the photo?? Most people on here are asking to have their photos REMOVED for obvious security and privacy reasons.

Keep in mind, this site is really just a marketing site for us agents, and it's basically a database of properties -- for sale, for rent, or just old public records. If your home isn't listed for sale, I'd ignore this website completely. It's notorious for inaccurate, outdated info. Frankly, I wouldn't waste your energy on it.
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Mon Aug 18, 2014
Darrick Gilliard answered:
Yes! The house will need to be listed on Trulia. Trulia is a syndication site. Feeds are not directly from the MLS typically from Broker sites so it may take a couple of days for the listing to get to Trulia.

Once the listing is on the site claim the listing which is easy to do through your profile page. After it is claimed you can click on the property and indicate an open house and put the date and the time.

Great feature and is easy to do! Good Luck!
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Wed Mar 27, 2013
Jan Baer answered:
The direct internet feeds from Active listings in the Denver MLS typically post in 24 - 48 hours to internet Real Estate sites, such as Trulia. Hope this is helpful, cheers, Jan Baer Realtor BAER Realty LLC ... more
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