First check with trulia to see if they have an any employee perks. I say this because many companies have employee benefits thru 3rd parties such as attorney services, health benefits, and relocation assistance. If they do, they just may have an employee relocation program affiliation with a Relocation company.
Basically your working with a realtor but that realtor is usually getting checked up on often by the Relocation company as a managing intermediary with the authority to hire and fire the agent and has the agent sign contracts agreeing to no loophole listing agreements allowing you to fire them without broker protection clauses, etc.
These benefits often give the option to buy the home directly from the employee albeit not at top price.
If trulia does not offer anything like this, all companies don't, usually just the bigger ones, If you know any realtors from back home you may just want to give them a call to help you out. If not you can call me and I can discuss your situation and help you find a good broker in the area and of course in exchange that broker would have to share their commission with me for sending them you as a referral. ;-)
Note you would need to either get documents notarized when signed and mailed or just have your attorney if one is being used in the transaction power of attorney to sign on your behalf for all documents associated with the sale. OR if you have someone back home that you can trust, you can give them this limited power of attorney to sign for you. You should make sure nothing is signed without your verbal or emailed approval first, adding a stipulation like that to the power of attorney will CYA one step further as being something you can trace back.
Make sure the agents you talk to for the listing know the local absorption rates and are familiar with the area and based on the absorption rate, don't sign listings for longer periods than that. Absorption rates will tell you how long it may typically take to sell your home. Also don't hire the agent who claims they can get you more for your house than the others, they're just BS'ing you.