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Wed Feb 15, 2017
Olga Gallup asked:
I posted a house for rent on Zillow. I selected an option to also repost it on Trulia, however, on Trulia this listing has an incorrect address (it has wrong city). The city needs to be…
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Thu Dec 1, 2016
Vkrushen04 asked:
Now there is 1 Manufactured home with septic
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Thu May 14, 2015
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Fri May 2, 2014
Michael Abramsky answered:
Here's how you delete that comment:

Step 1
Stop disputing accounts in your credit report. This is very important, the credit bureaus typically do not remove the dispute remarks unless no accounts have been disputed for at least 30 days.

Step 2
Call the credit bureaus and ask them to remove the “account disputed by consumer” comments from your credit report. You must call each of the 3 credit reporting agencies individually and give them a list of the accounts which are displaying the comments.
Here is exactly what you tell them, “I need to dispute the compliance condition remarks code of “AID” (Account In Dispute) because I am no longer disputing the account. Please remove the remark from account .”

Step 3
Call the creditor reporting the Account In Dispute remark and ask them to immediately remove it from your credit reports.

Credit Bureau Phone numbers
Here is the contact information for the credit reporting agencies:

Experian: 714-830-7000
Ask for the Executive Customer Service Team

Equifax: 404-885-8300
Ask for the Executive Consumer Service department.

TransUnion: 312-985-2000
Ask for the Special Handling Department
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Mon Jun 3, 2013
Tyler Little answered:
Hello Mr Stephens,
My home town is Kent and I raised my family in Maple Valley. My first VA transaction was in 1986. VA is not that difficult you just need a realtor who understands some of the VA requirements and a good lender to provide the loan. I can do both and help you with your relocation with a minimum of headaches and no surprises. would you like me to do that for you? ... more
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Thu May 30, 2013
Leon and Teresa Lyman answered:
Good Morning Dr Hovinga

Yes, there is at least one that is currently available to rent. Are you looking to rent, purchase or develop?

As Covington residents we are here to help! Give us a call so that we can discuss your needs in more depth. My cell is 253-639-3350.


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Fri Mar 1, 2013
Will Holman answered:
I work in Kent,WA and live there as well. Prices in Kent are raising now like everywhere else.
But if you played the stock market you would buy when IBM stock is low right, and ride it back up to the top.
The same with housing, you buy when prices are low and hold them until they raise.
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Tue Mar 30, 2010
gabriel palotas answered:
Selling your home has never been 1 2 3 or just finding the right agent.
Since I have never enjoyed the listing side of real estate my experience comes with recognizing the needs of a buyer. In this market a seller needs to think like a buyer. I suggest to everyone who wants to sell their home to contact a realtor and go for a ride. Visit as many homes as possible in a two mile radius from your residence.
Start looking at homes well bellow the value that you anticipate to get for yours. Slowly increasing your price as you visit and exhaust the showing realtor..At the end of the day you have seen the competition.
You are ready to price your home. For a buyer the choices are well beyond the two mile radius. And yes the foreclosure properties are considered competitions Why Not. If you were buying wouldn't you consider the best deal? This exercise takes the blame off the listing agent and places the responsibility squarely on you.
By the way the showing agent does deserve the consideration of being rewarded with the listing. Together you are now ready for the next step. Are you going to sell or just wave a flag? A good listing sells almost immediately even in this market. If you have taken out equity loans on top of first mortgages it is like trying to to get paid for money you have spent.. No equity you got nothing to sell. Sit back and let it grow. Even in this market paying down principal is recommended. For all who are trying to down size why not down size your mortgage? Moving is expensive those upgrades you made were by your choice. Enjoy it. The market will come back.
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