Cindy, Trulia is an advertising website, not a real estate company. Agent profiles are self-written.
Trulia doesn't monitor this forum, so you won't get an answer from them.
You should probably contact Mark directly and ask him how he arrived at 'the most recommended'. As an officer at a local association, seems that's where you would start and it's surprising that you don't know how Trulia works.
OR you're posing as an officer of an association, which is just a weird thing to do.... more
Simple platform that allows you to see your daily/weekly goals. Great tracking for all transactions/expenses etc. Option to customize plans for individuals needs and track touches and set to do's. Also, something very important is a great and functional app that is easy to use on the go.... more
You go to "Listings" up on the right corner of the page by your photo. Click on add listings. You then enter the property address and if the property is on MLS it should auto populate the listing adding it to your profile here on Trulia.... more
It would be my pleasure to assist you and your client. Feel free to call or email directly. I have an extensive back ground in new construction, residential, farm and acreage real estate. Please check out my past client recommendations.... more
You can "own it" without "advertising it". I took a quick look at your profile. Friendly suggestion...you might want to go a little lighter on being a newbie. Clients are looking for someone with more knowledge than they have about selling their home. You ALREADY have that unless they have a real estate license, too! You aren't as inexperienced as you might think!
You have lots of great responses to your specific questions!
You have a ready answer for the other questions you might not know the answer to - "I'll get back to you on that after I've done a little research"!... more
Jill, They are different types of homes. In a bungalow the bedrooms have doors that open to the main living area. In a ranch there is generally a hall that leads to the bedrooms. The assessor usually lists the type of floor plan. MLS practice encourages conformity to assessor data descriptors.... more
Agreeing with Sally Grenier. Realtors are paid on commission, not by the hour. Many real estate agencies hire office staff, however. So if you are hired as an office assistant or as clerical staff (and you have a real estate license as well), then its like any other job -- your pay is based on what the employer advertises for that paid position and, ultimately, what is stated in your final employment contract with your employer.... more
I'm an investor, not an agent. However, from what I've seen, you have to sign up with each particular bank. At which point, you'll be placed on a first come, first serve type list. The bank will then give each person a chance until they fail or quit. It may take a long time, but you can't get the position unless you sign up for it. I say get your name on the list ASAP Deb, because you never know what could happen.... more