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Thu Feb 23, 2017
Stephanie Pankau asked:
I am a landlord who posted a property for rent via Zillow. Zillow sent it to other sites. I expired my posting Monday or Tuesday. It is now Thursday afternoon and Trulia still has the…
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Mon Dec 14, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
No way for anyone here to know for sure. Why do you ask? You could contact a local Realtor and they can create a search in the MLS specific to that listing (and others that you may be interested in). Once it gets put in the MLS, you'll be notified.

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Mon Aug 31, 2015
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Sun Jun 30, 2013
Dave Ahrens answered:
These houses are sold as is. Hopefully you have a good buyers agent working for you, she or he will help you through the process to make sure your inspections are done on time. Get your inspections done right away. If you find the home not passing your inspections then you can cancel the contract to get earnest money back. ... more
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Fri Jun 14, 2013
Kawain Payne answered:
Yes, but.....

Keep in mind they will sale the home to the buyer who offers them the highest net profit. So, for example if you are asking for closing help, you will need to increase your offer price.

This is like an auction, and you know in auctions the item goes to the highest bidder.

I wish you the very best,

Kawain Payne, Realtor
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Tue Aug 11, 2009
Gilda Baxter SRES, GRI answered:
Hello Debbie;
Nice looking home. It sold in 2004 for $168,500. (not counting concessions from the Seller) As far as an appraisal for the home, you'll need to get an appraiser to come out. There is a fee. (around $400)
A realtor can do a CMA. That will let you know what the home will sell for. That is free. You may want to get more than one CMA. Sometimes Sellers have it in their mind what they want for the home. What the Realtor will do is look at the homes sold within the last 6 months. (around the same sq. footage, floor plan, etc...)
As a buyer, you don't want to pay more than what the home is worth. You also can get a realtor to help with a CMA. If you have a Buyer's agent, it's something the agent usually does. That way you don't pay more for the home than it's worth.
Hope this helps,
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Sat Apr 19, 2008
Kathryn Carlson answered:
Greetings Bonnie: Feel free to go to FindingTheHome.com. Click on Free Market Snaphot-- submit your address -- and your comparable will be delivered to you within minutes. For additional information on the report-- we would be happy to assist you. All the Best, Kathryn ... more
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