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Fri Jul 28, 2017
Mary answered:

Yes, Trulia sends a notification email for homes that are newly listed on the site, you'll just need to edit the 'Notification Preferences' so you can receive these emails. Please follow the instructions below.

1. Log in to your Trulia account
2. Hover you mouse to you name and click 'Notification Preferences'
3. Under the 'For Sale Notification' tab, enable the 'New Listings Alerts'

Thank you for using Trulia!

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Tue Jul 11, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
You just made your situation 10x worse. Landlords refuse to rent to people with evictions because if you did it once, you will do it again. Evictions are expensive for landlords and they don't want to waste money fighting a tenant in court, so it's much easier to do a credit and background check for every tenant, then if you don't qualify, the landlord can legally reject you.

Evictions will stay on your credit report for years.
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Sat Dec 17, 2016
nuguid.francis asked:
We just bought a house for cash, and my insurance dont want to cover our house until all the repairs are was built 1953, it needs some little repair like the cracks in floor and…
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Sun Sep 6, 2009
Roberta LaRocca answered:
Hi Tina,

No, there's not a minimum time period required, and technically your first payment is at closing as part of your closing costs. This will be shown on your settlement statement as a prepayment as Heather mentions.

A typical but not always is for your payment to be due on the first of the month. If you were to close in September, you would prepay a prorated interest payment from the date of closing through October 1 with the next payment due November 1.

Of course some lenders may offer a different due date or other options and the prepayment adjusted accordingly. Your loan officer should be able to explain what their policies are and any options they may have to offer even before heading to the closing table.

Hope that helps.

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