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Thu Nov 16, 2017
Mary answered:
Hi,

The listings on our site are not posted directly by Trulia. Rather, we provide a platform for homeowners, property managers, and real estate agents to post listings for their properties. If you would like to get in contact with the property manager, please use the Contact Box in the upper left hand corner of the property page. Additionally, some property managers/homeowners may list their phone number directly on the property page as well. Unfortunately, we cannot provide additional contact information if it is not listed on the property page and do not have control over how quickly or if a property manager/homeowner responds to your inquiry.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Thank you for using Trulia!

Mary
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Tue Jun 20, 2017
Chris asked:
Veteran, law grad w/ accepted job offer for $180K w/ $25K signing bonus (beginning 9/17). $10K avail. for out-of-pocket, looking to mortgage ~$350K
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Fri May 26, 2017
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Sun May 7, 2017
Counselorjs asked:
interest in buying a property for renovation
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Mon Apr 17, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
You need to work with a local realtor who can email you listings directly from the MLS. Unfortunately real estate websites like Zillow, Trulia, etc. do not allow listings for cabins, short term rentals, seasonal properties, etc. ... more
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Thu Nov 24, 2016
Frenchie asked:
why is the google photo different than the actual house? there is a 91 liberty and a 91 liberty wh in newburgh...

https://www.trulia.com/property/3255767452-91-Liberty-St-WH-Newburgh-NY-12550
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Fri Oct 28, 2016
Marcia Spencer answered:
You will be directed to Zillow Rental Manager, However as a Real Estate Broker it would be our posting your home for rent. Do call our office (914)292.4777 to schedule a appointment & tour we will list your home promptly. ... more
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Mon May 16, 2016
April L Perez asked:
Anyone have the contact info for the realtor?

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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/property/3232880029-6-E-Stone-St-Newburgh-NY-12550
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Sun Apr 24, 2016
Robertmbarber asked:
• HOW TO RECOVER YOUR MONEY IF YOU HAVE LOST HOMES TO FORECLOSURE/EVICTIONS;

• THOSE FACING FORECLOSURE WITHOUT NOTICE OF
EVICTION POSTED AS YET;

• THOSE WHO ARE CURRENT IN…
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Tue Apr 19, 2016
Karen Peyton answered:
The time it takes depends on the bank and the process required by state law. Sometimes banks are really slow to finish and properties are seemingly forgotten.
If you have a home (in mind) that you'd like to purchase, you might want to contact a local agent to see if the owner is willing to sell, or you can ask the same agent to alert you when the home goes to market for sale.
On the other hand, if you are the owner - ask an agent about selling - even if you think you may be upside down. Real estate markets all over the country are rebounding, so you may be in a position of equity.

Good luck!
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Wed Apr 6, 2016
Lynn Huchital answered:
yes!! There's on site laundry, playground, pool. Friendly quiet community....A nice place to live
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Sun Oct 4, 2015
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No you don't need a job, however you do need documentable income and it has to be stable and continuing. Examples of non-job income would be pension,social security, permanent disability, spousal support that will continue

3 things you need in order to get a loan:
Income
Assets (down payment)
Credit
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Sun Oct 4, 2015
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Sun Aug 16, 2015
Eric Hiltner answered:
Be careful. Read the contracts and ask lots of questions before you do it. They usually require that you fix it up to code within a couple years. If you are sure you can comply with the contract you want and it fits your business plan-you can make money-then do it. Usually its faster with less red tape and delays to buy it from the owner. With the city, you are more likely to get delays that can undermine how fast you get the work done. Eric Hiltner 347 470 3133 text first please akaphrates@hotmail.com ... more
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Sun Aug 16, 2015
Eric Hiltner answered:
I have experience in Newburgh, feel free to contact me.

It depends how you manager your property. If you maintain it up to code and repair problems fast and select good tenants, its very high 7% or less. If you do the opposite, rent out an apartment with code violations, don't fix the problems, and don't screen tenants well, the vacancy rate will zoom up to 100% very quickly, and you're on the fast route to loosing your property. You must respect tenants and treat them decently. Eric 347 470 3133 text if you want or akaphrates@hotmail.com ... more
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Sat Aug 15, 2015
Christopher Fritts answered:
You need to seek immediate legal advice from an attorney regarding this matter and to protect your rights. It is my understanding that the Federal Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009 provides a renter protection from being automatically forced from their homes because of a foreclosure. The law basically gives any existing lease priority over the foreclosure action. If your lease is month to month or has less than three months until it expires, you can't be evicted for at least 90 days. An existing lease with a longer time until expiration must be honored for the remainder of its term. In other words, this law forces the foreclosing party to continue to honor your existing lease. And, yes, you are still responsible to pay your rent! Even though the federal law prevents you from being forced out of your home, you still need to pay the rent per the terms of your lease. Since the foreclosure process is lengthy and complicated, it's not always clear who the actual legal landlord is. You, or your attorney, need to verify who the current legal owner is and to pay that party the rent. Most states allow the foreclosing party the right to collect the rents due at the very beginning of the foreclosure process. The foreclosing party must also provide you with a written notice to enforce their right. You really need to consult with an attorney to see if there are any changes, etc. to this law since it was adopted in 2009. I am not providing you with legal advice and this should not be perceived as such. I'm just merely explaining my understanding of the law. Good Luck! ... more
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Thu Aug 6, 2015
Joseph Piccione answered:
If you said you are taking the best offer over $80,000 you may be short changing yourself. You are stating with that what you bottom line is, but it gives a buyer no incentive to offer you any more than that as well. If the comparables are selling around $85,000 then you should price your house in the same range as those. ... more
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