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Sat Jun 6, 2015
Olivero.jr answered:
I have the EXACT same name and email address for a property located at 8 Columbia Avenue, Park Ridge, IL - asking for the same detailed information. After providing only that information that's readily available on the internet, my wife said "this looks too good to be true". So I googled "Wendell Butler Rental Scam" which led me here. Obviously the idiot scammer isn't smart enough to use a different name and e-mail address. The phone number is however different - 910-874-8398. ... more
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Wed May 13, 2015
Phillip Madison answered:
Your agent must be a "Pro" agent on Trulia in order to feature a listing.
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Tue Mar 17, 2015
Jim Morelli answered:
Report it. There is a huge problem with dishonest people stealing the photos from other sites then posting them on Trulia. Flag it before someone gets ripped off!
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Fri Nov 14, 2014
The Gregory Group, Gregory Tran answered:
That address has been torn down and is being newly constructed so yes it's probably a scam. I'm a realtor who lives and works in that neighborhood, so if you need any help or resources there you can contact me. ... more
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Fri Sep 19, 2014
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Fri Sep 20, 2013
austin answered:
If you were thinking of Standard Pacific Homes, then please dont afford to slice your dreams. Atleast with what I and many like me are currently experiencing with constructions at the Grove at Ranch @ Brushy Creek. They do not feel bad to repeatedly say "its a mistake" , they dont understand and / or not care that they are dealing with thousands of dollars, and people's dreams. Sales representative is not consistent with the responses with home buyers. Their immediate sales manager is of no help. They mess up major things that you dream about your new home and simply ask you to walk away from contract if you don't like their mistakes. ... more
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Tue Sep 3, 2013
David Cavalier answered:

If you are trying to get a rough estimate of how much it will cost to develop a residential subdivision, using an estimate of $300 per lineal foot for the road, water, sewer and storm water will give you a good general idea. Each parcel of land is different and has their own unique set of issues, but in general $300 per lineal foot is a good place to start. As you do your due diligence and discover the unique issues of the site, like if there is off-site utility extensions to service the property or some storm water management issues that result in more earthwork expenses, you can adjust your figures. Also, any civil engineering company you hire to take the property through the subdivision approval porcess can provide a detailed development cost estimate for you. ... more
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Mon Mar 8, 2010
Paul Reddam answered:
The brokerage your using isn't syndication the listing or when listing it in mls may have clicked the box that says they don't want the info shared. Go figure - either way its a serious issue your agent needs to deal with. ... more
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