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Home Selling in Naples : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Apr 18, 2017
Mary answered:

I am happy to help you get your listing removed from Trulia. Your listing was posted on Trulia through Zillow, which is a partner site that syndicates listings to Trulia. Here is a link to your Zillow listing:

You can remove your listing from Trulia by removing it from Zillow. Here is a link to their Help Center with instructions:

Your listing will remove from Trulia within 24 hours once you expire it from Zillow. If you have additional questions, please let me know and I will be happy to help you.

Thank you for using Trulia!

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Sun Dec 11, 2016
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Fri Nov 18, 2016
Jacquie Yekmalian answered:
Hi John,
I suggest asking your listing agent that question. If you dont have one then read the contract you signed. There should be a section that will give you the answer. Typically under financing section. I would lean to say yes it is voided but I also dont have all the information to answer with an absolute yes. You can also have an attorney look over the contract you signed.

Good Luck

Jacquie Yekmalian
Blue to Green Realty, from the sea to the 18th tee
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Thu Nov 3, 2016
Steve Allison asked:
I just put my details in to request info on my listing and another agent called ME?
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Tue Oct 18, 2016
Stephen McRory answered:

I am likely the one of the most well informed people in the country on the subject of Realtor Rebates.

Therefore, I'd have to say yes, likely illegal in that situation.

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Florida Real Estate Commission: (FREC): Rule 61J2-10.028 paragraph (2) The sharing of brokerage compensation by a licensee with a party to the real estate transaction (i.e. the buyer or seller) with full disclosure to all interested parties (on sales contract) is not considered a violation
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Wed Sep 7, 2016
Vince Iorio answered:
Many reatlors draw up the contract and have the loan contingency dated passed the closing date. This date supersedes the closing date. If your buyer has the loan approval you can go ahead and schedule the closing. If your buyer does not have the approval you have to wait until the contingency date. Most sellers work with the buyer when it comes to things like this because both parties want to get the deal done. Do you want to put it back onto the market? My two cents, wait for the contingency date and move forward from there. You don't want to lose your buyer unless you are certain you can get more money or you have back up offers. ... more
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Wed Sep 7, 2016
Vince Iorio answered:
Single family homes In the past 180 days average 207 days on market $262.88 price per square foot and a 96% list to sale ratio. My number is 239-571-1299 if you need more information. Hope this is helpful! ... more
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Wed Aug 10, 2016
Angelica P answered:

We have closed your Trulia profile as you requested.

For future reference, you can feel free to contact us about this type of inquiry through our contact form here:

Thank you for using Trulia!

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Sat Jul 30, 2016
Diane Christner answered:
You may be able to do a short sale. To avoid owing a balance, have a real estate attorney represent you in the short sale process with the lender, many FL real estate attorneys are versed in short sales. Then list your home with a real estate agent who is experienced with short sale listings. Between the attorney and the real estate agent, you should be fine. ... more
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Fri Jul 22, 2016
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Tue Jul 19, 2016
Diane Christner answered:
Your listing is with the broker of the real estate company, not the listing agent. So when your agent moves to her new company, your listing would stay with the old real estate company. You can ask that broker to release you, but I suggest reading your listing agreement carefully first, see what terms are involved with a cancellation.

Sometimes brokers are cooperative in letting listings go with the listing agent when the agent moves on (for a referral fee or percentage, of course), others can be real sticklers about the listing staying with the original brokerage.

Your agent technically cannot and should not be encouraging you to move with her, that would be a violation of most local real estate board rules regarding listings.

Talk to the broker and see what you can work out.
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Mon May 16, 2016
Morton asked:
How can I change the existing Trulia photograph of the home and can I enter additional photographs?
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Fri May 13, 2016
Rolf Anthony answered:
If you are already under contract, this is something you should discuss with the agent that is representing you.
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Thu Dec 24, 2015
Susie Kay answered:
Sorry, Trulia doesn't allow for sale by owner listing.
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Fri Oct 23, 2015
Rolf Anthony answered:
Unfortunately, you cannot sell a home as a for sale by owner on Trulia.

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Fri Oct 16, 2015
Rolf Anthony answered:
Unfortunately, you cannot list homes for sale by owner or for rent by owner on Trulia. Sorry.
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Tue Sep 29, 2015
Diane Christner answered:
You can have your agent prepare an addendum to the contract that changes the closing date to the correct date. After both sides sign it, there's no question as to whether original closing date is valid or not. ... more
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Tue Sep 15, 2015
UpNest Top Realtors answered:

The only way to get your FSBO home listed on Trulia is to have it listed on the MLS. Only agents have access, but you could also pay for what's called a flat fee listing service if you want to sell by owner (generally not a good idea).

We created UpNest ( to help home sellers get the best value possible. All you have to do is submit a few details about your home, and we'll invite several top local agents to submit proposals to you.

Since agents are competing to earn your listing, they bring out their best commission rates and value added services, saving you a lot of money. There's no risk to try us at all, and it's completely free for you.

Good luck!
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Sat Sep 12, 2015
Ali Hall answered:
Trulia and a few other websites don't allow For Sale by Owner listings. If you work with a licensed real estate agent, they are able to list on Trulia, plus several other sites, including the MLS. These sources help to expand your potential customer base and, hopefully, maximize your profits and minimize your time on the market.

If you would like any assistance, I would love to help you!

I can be reached in either of the following ways:
Call/text: 239-331-6509

Good luck!
Ali Hall
Licensed Real Estate Associate
Century 21 Sunbelt Realty
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