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Sun Aug 16, 2015
Diana Hellman answered:
Only real estate professionals can post on Trulia. If you don't want to use a real estate professional, try posting on Zillow.
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Fri Jul 17, 2015
Rick & Ellen Griffith answered:
Ask your agent to post it on Trulia. It shouldn't be a problem unless you don't have an agent. It's just one of the many things we agents provide for our clients. If you don't have an agent I believe Trulia has rules against what you're asking for.
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Mon Feb 2, 2015
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Tue Dec 16, 2008
Danny Vinson answered:
We have a tool that can help us graph the market. If you are looking for home sales and prices as well as trends over a certian time frame in a certian area, just let me know. I can send you the report. As far as I know this service is currently exclusive to HUFF agents, but other brokers may have something similar. We use Trendxgraphics. I would be happy to run a report for your are, price range etc. I can send it right to your E-mail, just let me know.
~ Danielle
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Wed Jun 18, 2008
J R answered:
your phone calls to the listing agent certainly communicated a casual interest in the property. To bump it up to a serious interest you could have said to her "please keep me informed of any offers that come in on the property. I have more than a passing interest, and might consider writing an offer, should you receive an offer".

That would have let her know that you were more than casually interested. She still would have been under no obligation to let you know of another offer, but she might have been more motivated knowing that you might write an offer, rather than thinking you were still in the "collecting information" stages.
I agree with you Elvis, as far as notification, but if the offer was all cash or otherwise good terms, what would be the benefit to accept a different offer that had a contingency of having a proxy, not the buyer, see it because the buyer might want to make an offer? As a listing agent I would advise the seller to keep the bird in the hand.
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