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Mon Aug 7, 2017
Sally Grenier answered:
First of all, you need to talk to a lender. Just becauase you're eligible for a VA LOAN doesn't mean you will actually get it. You need to apply for it. THey'll check your credit scores, income, debt to income ratios, etc and then give you a "pre-approval". That's when you find a great REALTOR (like myself) and search for homes! Most homes will accept a VA loan. This is up to your agent to help you find homes that will work with a VA loan. If you'd like some help with this process, please give me a call or send me an email:

Sally Grenier
Broker Owner
Grenier Real Estate
sally@sallygrenier.com
303-475-4508  Cell
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Mon Jul 10, 2017
Wapallas asked:
I am the original owner of this property, and we are not nor ever have been in foreclosure. Could you please change the status of this listing? Regards, Wayne Pallas (wapallas@gmail.com)
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Mon Apr 17, 2017
Patty Sondey answered:
Are there penalties lf you decide not to buy the home?
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Thu Mar 30, 2017
Clover asked:
When I look on what questions posted, the first three I attempted with detailed questions, did not post. Anyway, to my follow-up questions I looked further on the site and found a discussion…
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Thu Mar 30, 2017
Clover asked:
If anyone could please help. I need info on how to contact someone about foreclosed homes that are owned by banks. When I click links to get more info., they go nowhere, except to blank…
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Wed Mar 1, 2017
Dphillips159 answered:
No just live in the street with your family because if you have poor credit you are not considered worthwhile to give a chance to change it, That's how it works today, America has lost its mind!! Having poor credit used to reflect that you didn't live by the credit card and the banks....now it means you are worthless to this country!! ... more
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Sun Nov 13, 2016
Lee122700 answered:
I know that they are not as my sister in law is friends with a zillow listed agent and frequently writes fake reviews for her
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Tue Aug 23, 2016
Karen Gray-Plaisted answered:
Interesting this question was posted back in 2010. Marketing a home has changes since then. Now 95%+ of buyers searching for their new home online, staging is essential. It is part of marketing a home. Buyers do not want to see how sellers live, but how they can live in this "new" house they are seeking.

Generally you can expect to see about 3/4 to 3% of the listing price of a house. They main living areas should be staged and generally the master is the most important bedroom to stage. So to include all the rooms in a vacant house is not always necessary. It depends on the size of the house, and the market it is in.
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Mon Jul 11, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Keep in mind that Trulia isnt' a real estate company. It's just a marketing site. if you're listed with a Realtor and it's in the MLS, it WILL be seen by anyone who is looking in that area & price range. ... more
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Wed Jul 6, 2016
Neesey57 asked:
I received email from Trulia saying that 9325 W. Hinsdale Place in Littleton CO 80128 is no longer on the market. That is MY house and it is still on the market. Please correct your information…
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Sat May 28, 2016
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Mon May 2, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Neither. Some buyers don't care for gas, some don't care for electric. One isn't going to bring in a higher value than the other. An appraiser isn't going to give a gas range any extra value, or subtract for an electric one. I wouldn't pay much attention to that. I'd focus more on the overall condition of the home, age of appliances and major systems like heating, electric, plumbing, roof, windows, etc. Make sure your home is priced at "fair market value". A good local Realtor would be happy to give you a complete market analysis. ... more
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Thu Apr 21, 2016
Alysse Musgrave answered:
Yes, that is a bad idea. Financing a car increases your debt load and - depending on your income - could cause your loan to be denied.

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Tue Apr 12, 2016
Kevan Pewitt answered:
I want to highly recommend you talk to a local attorney. They should be able to answer your legal questions and handle the problem.
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Sat Mar 19, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Because this website is terrible! Keep in mind, this is just a marketing site that pulls listings from the different MLSs. Since it was bought by Zillow, this site has been a mess and full of bugs. Plus it takes days for new listings in the MLS to show up here. By the time a home appears here, it's usually under contract.

If you're serious about buying, you really should be working with a Realtor. I can give you direct access to the MLS so you can see listings the minute they are listed.

Sally Grenier
Broker Owner
Metro Brokers | Grenier Real Estate
sallygrenier@msn.com
303.475.4508 Cell
http://www.searchwithsally.com
http://www.boulderhousesearch.com
http://www.metrobrokersonline.com/agents/Sally.Grenier
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Sun Feb 21, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Builder's sales reps are not REALTORS, nor even licensed real estate agents. They owe zero fiduciary duty to you, the buyer. They work for the seller (builder). Here in Erie there are sales reps blatantly LYING to buyers about oil and gas fracking operations going on.

By all means, DO have a REALTOR working for you. It doesn't cost you anything. Their commission is already built into the builder's marketing budget. You won't get any sort of discount on the home by not using an agent.

Good luck!

Sally Grenier
Broker Owner
Metro Brokers | Grenier Real Estate
sallygrenier@msn.com
303.475.4508 Cell
http://www.searchwithsally.com
http://www.boulderhousesearch.com
http://www.metrobrokersonline.com/agents/Sally.Grenier
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