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Home Selling in Norfolk County : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Mar 21, 2017
Denisetwilkinson answered:
I have requested my review to be published on your website, however for reasons unbeknownst to me, it was deleted. According to other consumer complains it appears to be the practice of your company to randomly erase reviews by people who spend their entegy writing positive reviews for professionals that helped them with their real estate purchase. As a customer I feel this treatment of the consumers of your website is ridiculous. So no, I was not satisfied by the outcome of your support and since my positive review of legitimate services has not been published I feel confident that my negative review of your company will be published soon to reflect on business review sites. Thank you, but not really. ... more
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Wed Mar 15, 2017
Pja4555 asked:
Should I apply for a grant in the associations name. The other condo units do not want to help even though it is on common ground not in my house.
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Thu Feb 2, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
Trulia does not update listings manually, it is unlikely they will see your post in q and a. You can edit your listings by clicking on your name upper right, go to listings and edit
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Fri Jan 27, 2017
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Fri Oct 28, 2016
Angelica P answered:

The photos have been removed from our display 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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Thu Aug 4, 2016
Nckgb answered:
Thu Aug 4, 2016
Nckgb answered:
yes you are does not matter in this case the agent is due
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Thu Aug 4, 2016
Nckgb answered:
From time to time send them a email (anonymous) asking questions see if they answer the email give them 2 times and if not fire them the listing contract says they will use due diligence in finding a buyer. They are NOT working for you! Hire someone who will work for the commission. No reason to pay for something you are not getting. ... more
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Sun May 22, 2016
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Thu Mar 24, 2016
Suzzi Horsman answered:
If you put a new A/C and heating system in your home, you are more likely sell faster and close without problems. Yes, I recommended you do so. Most A/C systems have a heat pump system that is sufficient for providing heat for your home. The size of the A/C should be 1 ton for every 400 square feet. Check with your A/C guy, this info is specific to FLA. LOL. Especially if you are using the R44 coolant, it is no longer a viable system and it would be looked at as a liability and future expense for any buyer. If you don't change it out they perhaps you should be willing to give the seller a $5,000.00 allowance for the A/C and heat system. I hope this helps and good luck. ... more
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Sun Nov 22, 2015
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Wed Nov 11, 2015
Jeri Patrick answered:
Only the real estate agent can add or delete photo's. Best of luck
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Sat Oct 31, 2015
Jeremyiron84 answered:
I just had a quick question I was hoping you could help me with. I am in the process of purchasing a home that has a radon mitigation system installed. the house has a basement that is 60% finished so my wife and I thought this was a very good thing. When we had the house tested it came back with a reading of 3.8 pciL, which we thought was pretty high for a system being in place. The system is10 years old could this play an affect as to why its so high? if we change the fan would this help the problem or would a new system need to be installed? ... more
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Tue Sep 8, 2015
Bill Gassett answered:
Use and occupancy agreements are a great type of contract to have when some form of gap is needed in residency. They are commonly used when there is a delay in closing and the buyer has nowhere to go for example. There are many uses however for a use and occupancy. In the link below you will see a comprehensive explanation. There are of course risks involved with these types of agreements as well. It is always wise to consult with an attorney but the article will give you lots to think about. ... more
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Thu Jul 23, 2015
Austin Partain answered:
Adjust now. There are still plenty of buyers during July and waiting to August would only delay the potential sale of your home.
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Tue May 12, 2015
Gary Hitchcock answered:
Trulia has an agent directory, I would read some agent reviews for your area, then interview 3 Realtors and pick the best one!
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