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Thu Jul 20, 2017
Guinness asked:
I have to weed through the 10, 20, 30 acre properties.... tiresome. Why not have this field offer more options like 35 , and 100 ? 35 is a good number because Colorado requires at least…
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Fri Jun 23, 2017
Butterfly_18781 asked:
I own a home listed on your site. MLS734356. The address and map location are incorrect. The address is 20310 HWY 160 #64. Can you please make this correction?
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Mon Jun 27, 2016
Paulparz24 asked:
Address is 444 County Road 201 Durango CO
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Fri Mar 18, 2016
Nataly Rader asked:
I have recently purchased a home, and would like to remove all the interior images. How can I do that. I searched different forums and they all complain about not being able to do so. Please…
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Fri Sep 18, 2015
89jackmoore answered:
Well it is going to depend on a couple of factors. If you have existing ducts used for central heating, it can be very reasonable and done in just a couple hours. But if you need to have it installed, it can be fairly expensive, depending on the size of your home. http://www.billsplumbingheatingair.com/Air-Conditioning-Service-Horsham-PA.html ... more
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Fri Mar 27, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
If you're trying to sell by owner, you can't do that on Trulia.
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Tue Feb 17, 2015
Robert Fargo answered:
Maybe the inventory on the market is telling you that 1000.00 is what your agent is able to find. How ever keep in mind that rents are negotiable. You can also put together a concise package telling the landlord why you would be a great tenant who pays on time.
Good Luck
The Barclay Farm Expert
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Sun Oct 26, 2014
Lisa Tyler asked:
Using Google Chrome, after clicking the home details and then 'back to search' the page hangs on a blank banner ad. Clicking the browser back button does the same thing. My…
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Tue Sep 16, 2014
Jeff and Kaye Piggot answered:
Read the contract carefully, it will outline dates and times for the offer and acceptance. If it is not signed in that time frame the offer is no longer valid.
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Tue Aug 5, 2014
bluefirefly56 answered:
Just about 7 miles, great paved roads all the way into town.
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Fri Jul 18, 2014
Christopher Pagli answered:
Get a referral from someone you trust or visit www.Rebac.net, this is the Real Estate Buyers Agent Council. Once there you can search in your area.

Chris
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Fri Jun 6, 2014
whiskeyjenkins answered:
Colorado shouldn't be too difficult to find a home with irrigation. I used to live there and in my neighborhood, we all had irrigation. During the summer, water is more sparse but the city makes ways to cope with it.

Will Jenkins | http://www.dwestenterprises.com/irrigation.html
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Thu May 29, 2014
Hollie Dowd answered:
You have to understand that the market can shift suddenly, which can result in a drastic price shift.

Due to supply and demand, home prices have come up. But using a Realtor who properly educates the Seller on pricing their home, and identifying their motivation is resulting in a much quicker turn around. The key is timing...after 30 days, the listing begins to grow stale in the Buyer's eyes, and even though they take price reduction after price reduction...it's too late!

Unfortunately, some overpriced listings are there because the Seller was not properly educated, or the agent may be giving the Seller false hopes on a price, simply to get a sign in the yard, and get Buyer calls.

The properties I am seeing sit...and sit...and sit, and FSBO's. Unfortunately, in most situations, they are so attached (emotionally) to the home, see the market (less inventory), and have a tendency to overprice their homes...hence they sit.

So finding the right agent for the job is imperative...not just the guy with the most signs out there!
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Thu May 29, 2014
Hollie Dowd answered:
Check your numbers...it is possible that either the numbers were transposed, or if the MLS # is older than the Multiple Listing Service goes back. Perhaps do a google search for that MLS #. You may find it, and figure out why. ... more
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Thu May 29, 2014
Hollie Dowd answered:
Mostly yes... Finding yourself the right real estate agent to guide you through the process will be important. We can work through the title work, and direct you to the right people to get it done. ... more
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