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Mon Jun 27, 2016
adnerbmw answered:
i am too having this problem and i have been searching for answers you are one of numerous people with this problem and you like the others have no responses. i switched to zillow. much better system with them. ... more
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Sat Feb 7, 2015
Josh Barnett answered:
First Part - visit trulia.com/help for information on updating property pages.

Second Part - No need to worry about advertising on Trulia unless one holds a RE License, as Trulia does not work with FSBOs. ... more
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Fri Dec 16, 2011
M.C. Dwyer answered:
Hi FQ,

CJ is right; you must disclose, to protect both you and the buyer.

There are things you can do to bring the home back into compliance, probably at a minimum cost. But, what if you found an all cash buyer who actually wanted to keep what you've done? So there's a balance of when to do what...

There is a clause in the California Association of REALTORS purchase agreement (10-A) which addresses your question about how buyers who sign that contract may handle investigations with government officials...it's designed to protect you.

You're right, there are a lot of unpermitted improvements made to homes here, and they are purchased and sold with full disclosure all the time. It is a delicate, but by all means possible, situation to handle with care.
The county records are often incomplete, but they can discover things at any time, often prompted by a complaint, or when a new permit is drawn.
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