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Thu Feb 16, 2017
Beth Boudreaux asked:
I need the list date changed to the correct date. Trulia wont let me edit it on my end. Please tell me how or Can you please change the list date on 2818 Craythorne Drive Murfreesboro to…
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Thu Feb 16, 2017
Beth Boudreaux asked:
I need the list date changed to the correct date. Trulia wont let me edit it on my end. Please tell me how or Can you please change the list date on 2818 Craythorne Drive Murfreesboro to…
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Thu Feb 16, 2017
Beth Boudreaux asked:
I need the list date changed to the correct date. Trulia wont let me edit it on my end. Please tell me how or Can you please change the list date on 2818 Craythorne Drive Murfreesboro to…
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Sat Feb 4, 2017
Aaron Lovett answered:
It's possible - depends on how far back the bankruptcy was. I can connect you with a lender in the Murfreesboro area if you are interested. Contact me through my website, www.LovettRealtor.com. ... more
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Sat Jan 28, 2017
Aaron Lovett answered:
This isn't publicly available information at this time, so finding it on a website like Trulia or Zillow is unlikely unless the homeowner provided it independently. You could get permission from the homeowner and conduct a measurement test yourself: http://www.oeic.us/articles/your_home/calculate_and_measure_r_values ... more
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Sat Jan 28, 2017
Aaron Lovett answered:
Pre-approvals may only be good for a given period of time, depending on your lender. As long as nothing changes, it's no trouble to update your pre-approval if you need longer to find your home.

Your post is tagged for "Mufreesboro, TN". In this area inventory is currently low. So, I would schedule your lender interviews now. Once you have your credit/lending situation in order, then start interviewing agents.

Depending on your price range, type of financing, size/type of home, etc., you could close in 3-6 weeks. For your peace of mind and lifestyle, I'd start looking in February or early March. It's possible you could get under contract before your lease is up and have to pay an extra month's rent, so prepare for that. Bidding is competitive and inventory is low, but not putting an extra timeline contingency into the offer is an easy way to make it more attractive. Your Realtor should be able to help you through this one step at a time.
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Sat Jan 28, 2017
Aaron Lovett answered:
If you aren't successful claiming your home on the website, try contacting the help department directly: http://www.owners.com/about/contact
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Tue Jan 24, 2017
Amberly asked:
Do trulia's views merge the total number of views from zillow for a combined total?
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Tue Dec 6, 2016
Lory Breckler asked:
Fri Jul 29, 2016
Clmccallftb answered:
yes. closed sale 7/29/16
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Tue May 17, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
Here's what I'd do:

1) I wouldn't use price per square foot as a guide because it's a pretty meaningless number. I'd fire any agent who suggested that as a good pricing strategy.


2) I'd have my agent give me a CMA showing me what comparable properties have sold for recently and ask that they explain in detail what makes those properties comparable to mine. I'd expect my agent to be able to pretty accurately guess the market value of my home.

3) I'd realize that most home improvements cost more than they add in value. If they're too specific or too trendy, they can actually detract from the home's value and make it take longer to sell. I'd be asking my agent to weigh in on what I've done to find out what to expect.

4) Also, I'd keep in mind that no buyer gives a hoot how much you've spent on anything. they only care about what they're willing to pay.

5) I'd realize that cash offers are nearly always a trade-off. They provide a fast closing without a financing contingency but that usually means taking a lower price.
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Thu Mar 31, 2016
Alysse Musgrave answered:
It's not your Realtor and it's unlikely that the sellers are prejudice. It's a strong sellers market. Inventory is low and there are more buyers than sellers. You're not alone!

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Sat Nov 7, 2015
Kathy Lewis answered:
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Fri Oct 2, 2015
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Wed Sep 2, 2015
Will Johnson answered:
Some areas or neighborhoods do have regulations on things like fire pits and fireworks. Could you clarify the exact area that you're talking about? Thanks!
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