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Thu Aug 10, 2017
Nymzhomes answered:
They are the worst. Loan officer stated closing in 25 days-- it's already 75 days they're still asking for 1000 documents. their 24-48 hours wait means one week. They always come up with something. Buyers are putting 25% down, good creditors, house was appraised 30% over value. But Wells Fargo's turn around time is killing everything. Nothing positive about this lender. ... more
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Thu Jun 15, 2017
Faith answered:

Since, your listing property is currently Off Market and temporary we do not have an Edit Home Facts Button, I have been removed the property description on your behalf. Please note that if you intend to put your home on the market, you or your agent will have the ability to create a new updated listing.

Thank you for using Trulia!

Consumer Care Advocate
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Mon Apr 17, 2017
Jwack asked:
I posted a rental, I see it on the maps, but wanted to make an edit. How do I get back to access it? I found a comment that said there's a Manage My Listing button, but don't…
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Sat Mar 11, 2017
There may be quite a few options available to you, depending on your credit, income and assets, as home values have significantly increased in San Francisco since 2006.

Please feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss your options. ... more
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Wed Mar 8, 2017
Angelica P answered:

I apologize we have false foreclosure information listed on our home details page. This data is provided to us from Zillow foreclosures and we currently do not have the ability to edit or remove the information that they are sending us.

Please be advised that I have created a ticket to Zillow Consumer Care to request the removal of the foreclosure status from your property on Zillow. Once the status is removed from Zillow, it will automatically update to Trulia after 24-48 hours.

Let me know if you have additional questions.

Thank you for using Trulia!

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Wed Nov 16, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
That depends on whether you signed a buyer agency agreement with that agent or not. If you didn't, you could write an offer with a new agent. However, beware that even if you didn't have an agency agreement in place with the first agent, he still could argue they were the procuring cause and deserve a commission. You may want to sit down with your agent and explain the situation and why you don't want to work with him anymore. He may offer to refer you to someone else in his office. ... more
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Wed Sep 28, 2016
Mcomerford asked:
History of buys and sales
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Sat Sep 24, 2016
Susie Kay answered:
That's very possible. The previous inspection report belong to the first buyer and it could be the buyer didn't release the report to the seller (or buyer's agent) out of courtesy to the seller OR it could be that the seller and seller's agent not wanting to receive the report. I've seen it either way. If you are concern about not receiving the first inspection report then I would suggest that you look for another property. You will need to have the property inspected by your own inspector regardless whether the property has a previous inspection or not so the decision is yours whether you'd like to proceed.

Good luck!

Susie Kay
United Real Estate Dallas
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Wed Jul 27, 2016
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Sun Mar 27, 2016
Dancingmama67 asked:
I received another inquiry about the apartment from Trulia--can you delete the listing? Or how do I do that?
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Sun Jan 31, 2016
Ryan Rudnick answered:
That's a pretty low budget for inside San Francisco for 2 bedrooms, but you may be able to find a 1 bedroom to share, or you could look outside the city for more options. Good luck!
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Fri May 1, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Sounds like you needed a lawyer and a better understanding of what were signing. Get one now and see if there are any options left to you. Sorry for your troubles but what you agree to in writing outweighs what you are told. READ and UNDERSTAND first, sign later. ... more
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Fri May 1, 2015
Deano Turchi answered:
I can tell you who and what firm you should stay far and clear from as they act above the law selling a 2 unit - but it was more a SFR and they are going to use this as some sort of strategy to diminish the homes value - Im Not saying that it does or doesn't - but what I know is without question they will take the position on weather it serves their interest and not - and the agent in that area is known for being less than honorable. I can tell you first hand that is a 400K understatement! I give trulia permission to give you my contact info if you need any more info.
you/ll need more than a Van ful of Guards to help you!
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Wed Apr 1, 2015
Paul Cervenak answered:

1. Did you hire the inspector that made the determination of the alleged roof defects?
2. Is the inspector licensed to issue legitimate assessments of roofs (many states have no requirement whatsoever for "home inspectors").

Just because some third party makes a determination about an alleged defect on your property does not mean it's true, and not laced with opinions intended to benefit the inspector's client (not you). You have no obligation to disclose an alleged defect--just a real one--one that you've experienced personally, or that you have personal awareness.

As a caveat you would want to insert into your Disclosures something to the effect: "Seller is not personally aware of any defect involving the roof, but recommends a professional inspection of same".
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Sun Mar 22, 2015
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Sat Feb 28, 2015
Carol Lin answered:
Hi there, I would check the purchase contract you are using to see if there is a clause in regards to this. I usually let the sellers get a copy as a courtesy since we poked through his house. ... more
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Tue Feb 24, 2015
Jackson Willis answered:
It can be really difficult sometimes to get this kind of thing figured out. You should check any insurance documents that you have. If you can't find the information there, you should talk to your insurance agent. With that help you should be able to figure out if this damage is covered. If it's not you're probably going to need to find a good company to help you put a new fence in place of the old one, or just to repair it if that's all it needs.
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Fri Jan 23, 2015
lewisremington19 answered:
I am glad to hear you are taking action with pest control before it actually becomes a problem. It's easier to deal with before you have an infestation as opposed to after the bugs set in. If you are looking for one in your area I would recommend asking your neighbors and friends for who they used and what they cost. Getting quotes from several different companies would be good too. Good luck! ... more
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Mon Nov 10, 2014
Charanjeet Ajmani answered:
Hi Claudia,

You have options to get back on track. Your goal is to buy a house, and for that you'll need a mortgage. The best course of action would be to talk to one who has experience handling such cases and is preferably local. Here is a list of top mortgage bankers in San Francisco Bay Area.

Hope this helps.


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