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Tue Jun 20, 2017
Julian Hamner answered:
no. no. no. no. no. no. no. no. no.
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Thu Jun 8, 2017
Angelica P answered:

To post a room for rent on Trulia, please follow these steps:

From the Trulia homepage, hover your mouse over the 'Rent' tab.
Click 'Post Your Rental Listing' at the bottom of the drop down.
Under 'Post a room', enter your address and click 'Continue' (if you click 'Post a home or apt', you will be redirected to our partner site, Zillow Rental Manager).
Follow the rest of the prompts to add specific listing information.
Once you click 'Publish', the listing will appear on Trulia within 1 hour.

Thank you for using Trulia!

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Sat Jan 21, 2017
Vincent Estridge asked:
What zoning code would that fall under? Where do I start? Would I have to check with the owner during leasing? Around how much would it cost? Is $4000/month okay? It does not need to be…
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Sun Dec 4, 2016
Alysse Musgrave answered:
Rent to owns are a bad idea....don't even consider it. You don't need perfect credit, just around 640. Ignore offers for loans with a 580 credit score; they are far too expensive. Keep saving your money and working on your credit and you'll get there.

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Mon Aug 29, 2016
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Sun Jul 31, 2016
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Sun Jun 12, 2016
Kathy answered:
As a licensed realtor it's your responsibility to brand yourself and work to get your own leads. Realtors are independent contractors - not employees. Therefore as a self employed realtor, you can't expect brokers to give you leads. All brokers are required to do is provide training and most will provide mentors and that's it. It's your job to develop your work style, provide yourself an income, invest in your business, etc.

If you want leads, then get yourself a regular salary job because you don't belong in real estate.
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Sun Jun 5, 2016
Steven B asked:
Would also like to know if your site shows the amount of people viewing the property. Thank You in advance for your time.
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Fri May 13, 2016
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Mon Apr 11, 2016
Greg asked:
I'm totally new to house flipping. I will be paying all cash and doing all the repairs myself. These properties are in the not so good areas so I don't think they will sell that…
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Tue Mar 15, 2016
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Wed Dec 2, 2015
Amelia Robinette answered:
You should get a comparative market analysis (CMA) from a local realtor. They'll know the market best and be able to tell you if you can break even or you'll lose money when you sell.
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Wed Oct 21, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Read your listing contract. Once you listed it, going around the agent to avoid commission is generally not permitted. In fact, most listing agreements have a protected period of up to 6 months that you may be obligated to. Without reviewing your agreement, no one can know, so start there. ... more
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