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Sat Jan 14, 2017
Geoff asked:
Tue Nov 29, 2016
Maricris A answered:

Our Customer Service team can deactivate your account if you wish, and you can send your request that they do so via the link below.

However, keep in mind that there's no charge for your account, and you may want to keep it if you want to search for rental or sale listings in the future. If there's a specific reason you wish to deactivate your account, please let our team know so they can assist you. For example, if you simply wish to stop receiving Trulia email alerts, you can delete those alerts via

I hope this information is helpful.


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Thu Sep 15, 2016
Angelica P answered:

I apologize but we do not have an option to upload photos of the property if it is not an active listing. Please provide the complete address of the property so I can further investigate or you can contact us by clicking the link below:

Thank you for using Trulia!

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Sat Jun 4, 2016
Joseph Rabiolo answered:

As Karen has pointed out, your tenants have the right of occupancy as outlined in their lease.

I am a professional residential property manager and I may be able to help you with your situation. Please contact me at your earliest convenience.

Joseph Rabiolo
Broker/Property Manager
True Blue Realty
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Fri May 13, 2016
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Mon Apr 4, 2016
Cosamuels asked:
I listed our home on Zillow and it automatically appeared on Trulia. I've rented the home, removed it from Zillow, but it's still appearing on Trulia. How do I remove the listing?
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Mon Dec 7, 2015
Amelia Robinette answered:
yes, claim the property and remove them, or you can contact the listing agent who posted them and request that they remove them.
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Tue Jun 9, 2015
Eric Markowski answered:
Willa, Call and talk to your mortgage company and see what they recommend. They can give you the pro sand cons adding your husband. You can also talk to a real estate attorney and get his legal advise. ... more
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Mon Mar 16, 2015 asked:
I am getting very frustrated since I have been clicking on the circle and selecting delete. It asks me if I am sure but then when I refresh the page the properties show up again. It does…
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Thu Nov 7, 2013
Ritchy Haynes answered:
Your agent should be able to assist in this, if not I would recommend speaking to a title company as they would have a few suggestions
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Tue Jul 2, 2013
Ritchy Haynes answered:
You would need to speak with the county etc. to have it rezoned. This may or may not be allowed and thus you are best speaking with the municipalities. Another option would be to do the one as owner occupied with the 5% down, and then do the other as investment with 20%. Would save you 15% of one units price. ... more
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Mon Jun 17, 2013
Robert McGuire answered:

Go to your 'profile', click 'edit profile' and all of you changes can be put in there. if you need more help, Trulia has a good customer service help line and email.

Robert McGuire
Your Castle Realestate
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Sun Oct 28, 2012
Matt McKay answered:
Start with having a professional take new pictures. Make sure you distribute them across the web, as most buyers start searching for homes on the web. You really have one shot to draw them into the rest of your marketing and it starts with the picture. I would also lower the price and listen to the feedback from the people who have already seen the home. Good Luck! ... more
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Tue Sep 1, 2009
Elaine Packard answered:
Hi Bert,
I would like to help with your question, but I am not sure I clearly understand who "they" are. Are you referring to other sellers in your neighborhood, or to the tax assessor?
Tax assessments have very little to do with current "market value" for a property. Especially if your assessment has not been revisited since 2007! Public records do reflect the actual sales price of every home sold and you do have access to those records. Often the County posts this information on their web page. You can check out this information yourself [there may be a fee, depending on the County] or if you list your home with a competent Realtor, an up-to-date Comparative Market Analysis should be part of the service that Broker provides in the listing process.
However, I think you are presenting two very different questions. The "Asking" or "Listing" price for a home is an amount set by the Seller with or without the assistance of a professional. It can be an emotional and unrealistic dollar amount that has no corelation what -so-ever to the "current market value". My advice is that if you are serious about a move, you contact a good, reliable Realtor. Find a Realtor you can easily ask questions of, communicate well with, and trust. Allow them to put their expertise and skill to work for you. Think about it ~ you would not perform your own dentistry, why would you sell your own home and forego the advantages of working with a professional?
If you have further questions, please don't hesitate to ask. I can be reached at Being well informed is a GOOD thing ~ and the only SMART way to go about this process.
Good luck, Bert!
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Thu May 7, 2009
Bob Durack answered:
The Denver Rescue Mission is on of the lead agencies for Denver's Road Home project, which works with both families and seniors in helping them find housing. You can contact them at 303-292-9229 ... more
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Thu Apr 9, 2009
Mike Baker answered:

Sorry about your mother. If you want help, I am happy to do the research or if you prefer to handle it on your own, go to the county sites and try a title search for the address.

Arapahoe -
Adams -
Boulder -
Denver -
Douglas -
Jefferson -

Good Luck to you.

Mike Baker
Herman Group Real Estate
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