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Mon Nov 13, 2017
Harishbnair answered:

If you are looking to move in the later half of December. I own a house in Doylestown ready to move in by the end of december. This is a 3 bedroom home with 21/2 bath and a finished basement. If interested please email me at You can have a look at the listing.
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Sun Aug 20, 2017
susansdr answered:
Hi,I just listed this

looking for a quiet professional (small dog okay,if not destructive). It is on a goat farm.
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Thu Aug 10, 2017
asdf answered:
Did you already buy the house or still in the process of doing so?
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Mon Apr 18, 2016
jrgob33 asked:
Dear Trulia,
You have many customers who want the privacy of their newly bought house to be kept private.. how do you remove content of home from Trulia? Are you capturing the home content…
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Mon Mar 21, 2016
Shahidul Chowdhury answered:
Most of the Agent on Trulia never call you or show you any house . I was contacted at least 30 agents last year none of then even bother to call you only once I received one call from the realtor and she said house is under contract. Don't waste you time to search your house in Trulia just a waste of time . ... more
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Fri Dec 18, 2015
Jason Silverstein answered:
Your Time. Acting as your own Realtor takes time. You will need to arrange showings, learn how to use the contracts and disclosures, deal with a low ball offers, take phone calls from buyers and Realtors who will be asking questions, and spend time on marketing. Is this the best use of your time? One of the biggest lessons I have learned in life, is that you should focus your time and energy on what you know, are good at, and what you enjoy. ... more
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Mon Oct 12, 2015
Alan May answered:
That's going to depend on the language in the marketing agreement you signed with your Realtor. The answer to your question is in the contract you signed.

In most cases, unless you wrote in an "exclusion" for a prior viewer, most of the marketing agreements require that the seller pay a full commission, even if it's someone who looked at it before.

technically, your realtor probably isn't a dual agent... rather the buyer is "unrepresented" (as you say), but since they're unrepresented, there is no buyer's agent to pay, and according to the contract you probably signed, if there's no buyer's agent/agency to pay, they get to keep the full commission.

So while they're not really a dual agent... they do get to keep both sides of the commission.
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Tue Jun 9, 2015
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Thu Jun 4, 2015
Eamele answered:
We have a 2 bedroom condo in Doylestown across from the YMCA ready for July move
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Wed May 6, 2015
Joy "Zaleski" Messner asked:
Seems to be lagging a bit behind during this spring market ... especially seeing that it was slow to start due to a colder, snowier late winter.
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Thu Apr 30, 2015
Cathy Shultz answered:
There is a guideline for whether or not a finished basement should be considered as a part of the living space. However my experience is appraisers differ in their assessment as do listing agents. A proper description should make it clear if a finished basement was included in the square footage. A good agent who is familiar with a development can usually assess this very easily. And if there is any question, make a phone call for clarification. ... more
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Thu Apr 30, 2015
Cathy Shultz answered:
The only way to get accurate information regarding your payment is to speak with a reputable mortgage professional. Your credit score, your military (VA) ability, location of the property etc are just a few of the variables they will need to know. Taxes are also an extremely important part of the equation. ... more
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Thu Apr 23, 2015
Kuen Park asked:
My wife and I have 3 childrens(7, 5 and 3 Yrs Old), no pets. Both Un/Furn works. But we are looking for a flexible landlord that would allow us to go month to month. We can put down 3…
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Tue Jan 20, 2015
Rachel Benson answered:
I would definitely contact a professional roofing company to see how what they would recommend to prolong the life of roof. I think it would be much more economical to seal the roof and prolong the life than to get the whole roof replaced. Cedar roofing is beautiful and I love the look of home that have this style of roofing. ... more
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Thu Jan 1, 2015
Gary Swank answered:
Knowledge, Drive, Experience and someone you trust and feel comfortable to work with.
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Thu Oct 30, 2014
Ann McGuire answered:
Thu Oct 30, 2014
Ann McGuire answered:
Feel free to give me a call and I can help you with your rental.

Ann McGuire
Weichert Realtor
215.622.5070 preferred
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