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Home Selling in 95747 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jul 7, 2016
Derek Jones answered:
Nice home!

Our MLS doesn't syndicate to Trulia/Zillow. You are going to want to have a conversation with your agent about getting it posted as she would have to post it manually or use a 3rd party service to get it posted here. If she doesn't know how she can ask her broker or office admin about posting to Trulia. You'll also want to ask her about Zillow as it's not showing up there either. ... more
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Mon Jun 13, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
Have your agent place it on Trulia. It is not automatic unless he agent signs up for an auto feed.
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Wed May 4, 2016
Mat asked:
The number provided is for the listing agent, TJ. Please adjust the price and indicate the listing
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Wed Apr 15, 2009
Peter Curtis answered:
If there are comparable homes that recently sold in your subdivision or street for that matter it should not really matter what homes outside of your subdividion go for unless the appraiser is having a hard time getting an accurate price. I would not worry about it. Appraisers do not use program algorithms like Trulia and Zillow. They have to get actual properties to compare to, to get an opinion of value, so you will not have a problem with those. Plus, you can always disagree with an opinion of value. I have done it several times. If the apprasier is lazy or does not know the area you can get another appraiser to challenge the first one. All an appraisal is, is an opinion of value of a specific property at a specific time.
If you need an appraiser let me know. I have several good ones.
Peter Curtis
916-284-3690
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