Moving to Longmont and we are looking for a place to stay with my companion dog. I do have severe anxiety. I do have DRS notes to prove, I need to be close to my mom incase of emergency. I'm having an issue with someone renting t me do to my dog (German Shepard). Federal law says I shouldn't have to pay extra rent or deposit even thought I'm willing to pay deposit.... more
Your best bet is to get a Realtor to assist you. Sites like this and Zillow will not be the best to look and narrow it to just Townhouses They will sometimes end up with single family homes or be bundled in with condos. If you would like i can recommend a Realtor to you, also if you are going to be financing your new townhouse I would love to assist you. Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions.... more
That home isn't available for sale yet. Keep in mind that the "foreclosure" listings you see aren't necessarily available yet. If you're not working with a Realtor yet, I'd be happy to help. Any and all foreclosures will be listed in the MLS. Keep in mind that there aren't a lot of foreclosures coming on the market these days. Most of that inventory has been bought up. There are still a few here and there, and when they are available, it will be listed with a local Realtor and it will appear in the MLS.
Also, the listings you see here aren't necessasrily up to date. It can take several days for MLS listings to show up here. In this crazy seller's market, most homes are already under contract by the time they show up on these sites.
Let me know how I can help!
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your maps don't work anymoreI've used Trulia for years and I need it again, for property in Oregon. I don't know the area and need to be able to zoom out to see the location. I was always able to do this
What exactly are you wanting to do? You can sell the home, and try to find a buyer who is willing to let the seller stay and rent the house back, but it might be difficult. Most buyers are wanting to move into their new home. Or you can try to find an investor for the home. Why not just stay in the home and then sell when the owner has passed? Feel free to give me a call to discuss. I'm based out of Longmont and I'm very familiar with the market here.... more
Hey Robert: I'm interested in the answer below. I've not heard of UpNest, but there are a lot of companies out there that would love to learn about your plans to sell. Many of these companies will then sell your name and contact info to any number of real estate agents. You may find yourself getting a lot of unwelcome calls or e-mails. It is best to simply shop for your agent locally by looking at agent profiles and websites, interviewing a few that look good and making a decision that works for you.
Are you the buyer or seller? If you have gotten this in error - there should be a title company closer contact on the HUD who would love to know that they need to correct their paper trail situation with this confidential information. Chase won't be able to do much - but the title closer will. :)... more
Contact your trulia rep and explain the situation - I had one that was accidentally not filled in correctly - they gave me great review but didn't fill int he 5 star portion so it looked like a 0 out of 5 star rating - they were able to send a link to the reviewer to correct it. :)... more
Hi Casey: I may be missing something, but I think the "Affordability" category under a "for sale" home listing simply refers to the estimated mortgage information for a 30 year fixed rate loan, and the monthly payments for a buyer with a 20 percent down payment. The monthly figure includes estimated taxes and insurance.
Knowing if a house is still available or not on a public search site is very unreliable. The best way to find out is have a broker with an MLS subscription check on the ones you have in mind - and better yet, use a site from that broker that is linked more closely to the MLS and will show you when something is actually active/backup or pending - which indicates it is under contract already.
On a side note - almost 25% of first contracts are falling apart - so at times depending on the circumstances, it can be advisable to make a backup offer on a property even if it is already under contract.
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This is a very common scam that has been around for several years. Always be careful when looking for rentals online. Do not send money, especially via a service like MoneyGram, which lets people on the receiving end pick up the money at multiple locations. Also do not go to see rentals alone unless you have good reason to really trust the person who will show it to you. Never give out financial or personal information. And Craigslist says, "Refuse background/credit checks until you have met landlord/employer in person." In fact, Craigslist has good advice about avoiding all kinds of scams at the page below.
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