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Mon Mar 6, 2017
Steve Liang answered:
The answer is "it depends".

A realtor can certainly give you a average "Days on Market" in your local area, but as an investor, you need to be more specific to get a meaningful and actionable "Days on Market".

Talk to a local realtor and be prepared to provide the following:

Which area (which zip code, or better, which subdivision)
What condition of houses are you considering?
What is the size of houses you are considering?
What is the age of houses you are considering?

Having access to your local MLS would certainly help. I recommend developing a good working relationship with a local investor-friendly realtor.
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Thu Nov 3, 2016
Alan May answered:
Was the exterior garage door open, and the interior garage door unlocked?

Did they have permission to show your property? If the answer is "yes", why do you care which door they used? I agree, that if they had permission to show the property, it's unusual that they would use the garage walk-in door, instead of the front door... but illegal or against the code of ethics?? Not if they had permission to enter the house. or unless they'd been told NOT to use the garage door. ... more
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Fri Jul 22, 2016
Nezam10 answered:
If you are still looking for rent, check this 2-bed, 1-bath all brick ranch house for rent in Jackson Township area. 5926 Walbrook St, NW, Canton, OH 44718
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Mon Jun 6, 2016
K.audreaa asked:
I am 19 years old with a 630-645 credit score. I have student loans of about $15,000 (I have not graduated yet.) I have a steady job, making around $1200-1600 a month. I want to buy a duplex…
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Thu May 26, 2016
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Thu Apr 28, 2016
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Sat Dec 19, 2015
My NC Homes Team answered:
You can't ever remove it entirely. You can list it as sold. The public needs to realize Trulia adn Zillow are not "in real estate" They are "in advertising" No one at either of these companies is licensed, and they absolutely will sell any and all data they collect. Once you put your property on the Internet to advertise it for sale or rent it will be distributed to hundreds of sites and will be there along with all pictures etc forever. If this sounds a bit questionable , it should welcome to the new world where 'Free services" come with a steep price: no more privacy for anyone. ... more
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Fri Nov 20, 2015
Diana Hellman answered:
Only real estate professionals can post on Trulia, however you can post on Zillow instead.
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Tue Sep 8, 2015
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Mon Jun 29, 2015
Joeylube answered:
We are having the same problem down here in florida, we have already lost one house due to title issues. If you get this message email me at
Hope to hear back from you soon.
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Mon Jun 22, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
If your parents helped you get your mortgage, you will have to refinance to remove them. Once you have done that, they will no longer appear with you as owners of record.
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Sun Mar 8, 2015
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Mon Jan 26, 2015
Aaron and Cheree Tiry answered:
Have you checked out the "rent" section at the top of Trulia? There may be something in there. Otherwise you could also check to see what they have for posted for rentals. ... more
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Sat Jan 17, 2015
davidcalamare answered:
hello im from Fitchburg mass and I need cash buyres listplease help.
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Thu Nov 13, 2014
Tammy Grogan answered:
Yes, You could own your own house for probably less than the amount you just stated!! The average person sells their home every 5 years! Don't worry about that!
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Tue Aug 26, 2014
Terry McCarley answered:
It depends on the subdivision as well as local ordinances.
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