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Mon Sep 26, 2016
Sharan Harrison asked:
My house has been vacant since March 1st and we have painted it and remodeled the kitchen. We would like to add those and other details to your site about our house. How do we do that?
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Mon Sep 26, 2016
Derek Jones answered:
There are roughly 800 different mls's in the country with about 300 that connect with zillow/trulia. For the remaining 500 mls's the agent would have to manually post it to zillow/trulia or use a 3rd party service to post it here. If your agent doesn't know how to get the listing posted here have them talk to their broker or office admin about how to post to zillow/trulia. ... more
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Mon Oct 19, 2015
Cindy Davis answered:
I know this doesn't help you...but when I saw your question I burst out laughing. How many ways can Trulia get things wrong?
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Wed Sep 17, 2014
Poofwerefree answered:
I heard that you usually cannot get financing for purchase of mobile home that does not include purchase of lot (e.g. you will own the mobile home but rent the lot). Financing is probably the same for purchase of mobile home including lot. ... more
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Fri Jul 16, 2010
John Villaescusa answered:
You can search all available foreclosure on my website. Here is the link: http://www.mlsfinder.com/ca_socal/johnvillaescusa/?primarySearchType=foreclosure&searchType=city

John & Sarena Villaescusa
Owner/Realtor/Broker
Keller Williams Realty
Cell: 562-818-2671
Email: Johnv@kw.com
Website: www.VGroupHomes.com
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Wed Dec 16, 2009
Steven Ornellas answered:
Hi Anne,

The interest rate is, simply, the actual rate of interest that is charged on the principle balance of your loan.

APR, on the other hand, is a calculation that was originally designed to help consumers understand the cost of the loan, inclusive of interest and certain costs associated with closing. A problem lies in the fact that APR is easily manipulated by inexperienced or unethical lenders, and can be easily misunderstood by consumers.

Many items are included in the calculation of the APR such as interim interest and mortgage insurance, which have nothing to do with the interest rates and closing costs charged by the lender. Due to some of these defects in the calculation, using only the APR to compare lenders is not always reliable.

For a more detailed explanation of APR, including example calculations, please see:
http://docs.Steven-Anthony.com/APR-CanCostYou.pdf

Best, Steve
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