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Sat Aug 26, 2017
Rhonda Horn asked:
I am an agent and my office would like you to upload our listings. We are Dayton area board members and have signed the waiver so you can. Its been over a month and our listings are still…
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Tue Jan 3, 2017
Maricris A answered:

To release your claim, please follow these instructions.

1. log in to your Trulia account.
2. Navigate to your 'Claimed Homes' page.
You will find there the property you wanted to release the claim.
3. At the bottom right of the home, you will see a bubble with 3 dots. Click this. A gray pop up will appear with the option to delete.
4. Click delete


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Sun Jun 26, 2016
Geophen3 asked:
I live in the Dayton,Ohio are. Looking for a USDA Loan house(already approved, not in any incorp./ city limits. Country). I have a retained lawyer thru work. What all can they do? I need…
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Mon Oct 13, 2014
Jim Olive answered:
No offense, but if it is on a busy street and nobody is making an offer, you are probably over the market value. Were the comps on a busy street? The value of your home is in a RANGE, not a single price. List it closer to the bottom of the range and you'll have more potential buyers. List it closer to the top of the range and you'll have fewer potential buyers. Depending on MANY variables, 120 days does not seem like a huge number. How serious are you about selling? Weigh all these factors and revisit two decisions: whether to keep it on the market (sell) and is your list price set optimally to meet your goal. Hopefully you have an agent and can have this discussion with him/her. Best of luck... ... more
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Wed Jul 24, 2013
Robert Deam answered:
Check your contract. It should all be spelled out in there.
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Thu Oct 4, 2012
Grace Siefer answered:
No, once you have closed on a property, you do not have a 3 day right to cancel. If you are having issues with your house and it was not disclosed on the property disclosure forms, you need to consult with an attorney. ... more
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Thu Sep 20, 2012
Tammy Murphy answered:
Do you have a contract? What dates were agreed to?? If the sellers fail to meet the terms of the contract then you have ability to file suit for performance. Did you use a Realtor?? They really should / would be helping you thru closing. If not, we're the sellers using a realtor? Might be worth seeing if they are also working to get to closing. ... more
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Wed Sep 19, 2012
Kevin and Julie McLaughlin answered:
As mentioned, it would be in the contract - Contact your agent if you have questions.
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