Can I list a FSBO(my personal home) on Trulia.com by paying the fee myself?

Asked by Daydreamer, 61443 Mon Aug 24, 2009

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CCC, Home Owner, San Diego, CA
Mon Aug 24, 2009
My mistake. Sorry. I apologize.

17. Where will my postlet be automatically submitted?
Your listing information will be automatically submitted to any/all of the following sites depending on the listing category and location:
REAL
ESTATE RENTALS AUTOS

backpage 1 1

ByOwnerMLS2

DotHomes

Enormo

FrontDoor

Google Base

HotPads

Local.com1

Lycos1

Oodle

Trulia3

Vast

Zillow3

1 Syndication via Oodle
2 For sale by owner listings only
3 For sale by agent/broker listings only

But it is a great tool for FSBO. for fliers at least.
Sorry again. I did not read that.

Benito.
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CCC, Home Owner, San Diego, CA
Mon Aug 24, 2009
Try postlets.com
It is free and will feed trulia and others.
Also, you could copy past the html code to use on other websites. Unmark backpage and do it on html.
Web Reference:  http://www.postlets.com
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Fred Griffin, , Tallahassee, FL
Mon Aug 24, 2009
Consider using a Flat Fee MLS Broker to get your house onto the MLS and onto the Internet.

Make sure they include Trulia.

See a Real Estate Attorney for Legal Advice.


Best wishes,
Fred
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