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Mon May 2, 2016
Jonathan Lahey answered:
You can remove a rental listing from Trulia in a couple of ways.
If the listing was manually submitted you can remove the property through your account page. Simply Log in to, hover your mouse pointer over your name in the top right corner of the page. The site navigation menu will appear as a drop down menu, click on "my listings". Once in the listings page choose the "for rent" tab. Your property will appear with an "edit property" button. Hover over the edit listing button and from the drop down menu select delete property. To remove it from the site select the deleted folder and select the delete forever button next to the listing you wish to remove from the site. ... more
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Wed Mar 9, 2016
Kary Krismer answered:
Of course it's possible. Anything is possible.

I'm not familiar with the real estate market in Ellensburg, but in most of the Seattle area it would be crazy because you'd be very unlikely to get a bidding war on your property. Bidding wars result in buyers paying over FMV. ... more
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Thu Feb 25, 2016
Ted Clevenger answered:
Are you looking for a conventional construction? Do you currently own the property?
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Tue Feb 2, 2016
shaunte asked:
Thu Apr 3, 2014

Alison –Do you still have any mortgage related questions or needs …if so -please feel free to call or email me


Dave Skow - WA MLO #278613
Eagle Home Mortgage
w 206 714 9745
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
Jirius Isaac answered:
A few do, but you have to have legal permission to work. If you do contact me directly & I will try and help you out.

Good luck to you in any case,
Jirius Isaac

Isaac Real Estate Team
Champions Real Estate Services
TriStar Finance #MLO-107799
Office: 425-483-6849 Cell: 206-841-9976
Winner of Seattle Magazines 5 Star
Real Estate Agent Best in Client Satisfaction Award
Mortgage Loan Originator Best in Client Satisfaction
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Tue Aug 27, 2013
Anita Kazee answered:
After answering earlier - I realized you are talking about small farm - and Grasslands CCR's or Cify would not allow. You need a piece of land in county with no covenants close to town. I can think of lots of places close to town with animals..just have to watch for one to come on the market..and they do. I agree that an acre of grass just to look at and mow is not it's highest and best use...and certainly not cost effective! Hope the City Comes through for you and others! ... more
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Fri Jun 26, 2009
Kary Krismer answered:
Ed, that's the first time I've heard the term "business model" used to mean total incompetence. ;-)

Seriously, most of these banks are losing thousands of dollars on each transaction because of the way they handle short sales. It's appalling. ... more
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Mon May 4, 2009
Meredith Laws answered:
Hi Kelly,

It looks like your question got cut off - but I think you are asking how to price your property. I know this sounds cliche, but get a REALTOR that has good success in your area and listen to their advice. If you really want to sell, you will need to be aggressive in your pricing. Lots of agents are collecting listings these days - don't be swayed by someone who is willing to list high just to make you happy. Go look at your market competition and see what is out there. Don't give any value to "potential" upgrades that you haven't done yet and don't wait for that "perfect buyer".

Talk to a mortgage broker or bank and find out what kind of loans your potential buyers might be able to get for your property. Some banks will loan on manufactured homes, but some will not. The year built might be an issue as well, as will whether the home has undergone "title elimination" and is considered part of the property. If you get these questions answered before you list it, you can make suggestions to potential buyers that might make the property more attractive to them.

When you arrive at a price, ask yourself as objectively as you can if you would pay what you are asking for your own property. If the answer is no, adjust accordingly. If you wouldn't truly pay it, no one else will, either.

Spruce it up, clean it up, get a pre-inspection and fix what you can, give it amazing curb appeal and make it the best thing in it's price range. Then it will be a no-brainer for potential buyers and you will pat yourself on the back all the way to the bank!

Good luck with your sale!
Meredith Laws
Windermere Real Estate / Anacortes Properties
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Sat Mar 15, 2008
Art Stoltman answered:
Try Google search. If you are searching specific listings and can't find a location, let me know and I will gladly assist you. If it will help use my website
Art Stoltman, WIndermere/Ellensburg ... more
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Tue Jun 26, 2007
Kathy Mosolf answered:
Hello Tim,

I'd be happy to help you. Suncadia, Ellensburg and Cle Elum are very different from one another; each has something appealing to offer. If you would like to communicate in more detail, I can be reached at 509-674-1313.

Have a great day!


Kathy Mosolf
WRE/CE, Inc.
509-674-4431 - Office
509-674-1313 - Cell
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