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Wed Sep 6, 2017
Mary answered:
Hi,

The data you reported is coming from your county records, because of this I am unable to edit the information. This data is gathered by a third-party data collector and if correct with your county, it will be updated on Trulia when the updated data gets sent to us. My best recommendation would be to contact your county to ensure that the public records are up to date.

If the county records are correct and Trulia has not received the updated data yet, owners have the ability to edit their home facts on Trulia which appear in the 'Owner Information' section. Please know that edit home facts feature is currently removed from the property pages while we improve the feature. While we do not have a specific date for when they will be available, I can assure you this is only temporary. We thank you for your patience.

Thank you for using Trulia!

Mary
Consumer Care Advocate
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Thu Jun 8, 2017
jennifer asked:
i dont have very good credit from my past and have paid alot of it off but its all been late... i will get a job once i rent a place. I just need someone to let me move in pay a years rent…
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Thu Jun 8, 2017
jennifer asked:
I need to find a place to live in 2 weeks. the air bnb weve been at since jan. is booked for summer. I will pay upfront 1 yr in advance if someone will rent to me, I have a dog and boyfriend…
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Tue Feb 21, 2017
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Sat Jul 2, 2016
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I think that you are closing the barn door after the horses are out running in the field.
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Sat Apr 30, 2016
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Trulia moved most of the reviews over to Zillow (Zillow owns trulia) -

So...........Trulia no longer has a review section for agents.

If you want to leave your agent a review, you will have to visit Zillow.com and leave the review there. ... more
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Tue Mar 8, 2016
Karen Peyton answered:
Without knowing your current pay structure, it's difficult to say.
If you work on commission, then you should earn a commission.
If you are paid a salary plus a bonus, then a small bonus might kick in.
If you are salaried, then it's just part of the job.

Whichever of these it is, speak up if you feel you are being treated unfairly.
Just as you found this broker...there are others!
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Thu Apr 2, 2015
Nancy Bergman answered:
I tell all my sellers of rentals - please give a heads up to the tenants that the landlord is selling the property. Its the right thing to do.
With that said, depending how the contract was written, you may get to stay in the property with the new owners as your new landlord, you may have 30 days or 60 days depending how long you have been in the property. I would simply call the owners and ask!!!
Nancy

Nancy S Bergman
Realtor - Cal BRE #01893550
Windermere Real Estate
14677 Via Bettona #120
San Diego, CA 92127
Cell (858) 617-9449
Email - nbergman1@live.com
ALL NEW WEBSITE--- www.comehometopq.com
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Sun Feb 22, 2015
Terry Bell answered:
Most information from Trulia is uploaded from the MLS and the MLS uploads from tax records. If there are home improvements done without permits, then it doesn't reach the tax records. It is always important to check out the reasons for discrepancies on this types of conflict, as it should be disclosed to buyers whether work was done with permits. ... more
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Tue Nov 4, 2014
Trevor Pike answered:
You can try calling around to the main property managers and see if they would entertain that option. I would suggest Mission Sands, San Diego Sunset, 710Br, SDVR and see what they recommend. Trevor Pike Coldwell Banker PB ~ Chris Love Office ... more
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Tue Apr 8, 2014
jeanniewaterbury answered:
Hi , my stove was not working called the manager said do we have entry
to your apartment i said yes five days had gone by no stove was fixed .
I had to call and inquire she said we had emergency sorry we could not fix it .
said monday someone will be there in the process of them coming out to my apartment it took three
days for the stove to be fixed but then my oven stopped working, I had to call again she said do i have a right of entry i said yes but she never states when their coming into my home what day or time
so they just pop up when they feel like it . But in the process the maintenance man when he had came over for the three days my daughter was visiting for a few days the maintenance man took upon him self to report that some female was coming out of the guest bedroom and was there every time he was there so the manager asked me if someone or a woman was living here by the name Jasimine i have no idea who that person is , I said to the manager i have a right to have family or friends come to my home if they want to spend the night the can do so , she said well if someone else is living there you a violating
your tenant lease agreement they can only stay 5 days i was informed when i moved in they can not stay more then 9 days , I said no one lives here and that was the end of the conversation but they have been finding ways to harass me they also raised my rent two hundred dollars when my boyfriend had moved in when i adding him to the lease they said he cant be on the lease only as a guest because he does not have garnishable income since he is on social security so your rent it going up $200 hundred dollars if he is going to be living here? is that legal in the state of california in san diego.?
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Thu Jan 23, 2014
Trevor Pike answered:
Daniel: There is a lot of good information from everyone below, and would also agree, with most, that Pacific Beach is one of the best beach cities to live in San Diego. I am a born and raised San Diegan, and PB has so much to offer, especially North PB, and your quality of life will continue to grow living an active beach lifestyle, never driving on the weekends and plenty of great people in PB. Like any town, there are some bad apples here and there, and HOT crime (theft, windows a jar, cars unlocked, etc) has been prevalent in all areas of San Diego over the last year. 92109 is a great area, and why buyers/tourists keep investing and coming back year after year. Let me know if you have any other questions. ... more
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Mon Jul 15, 2013
Alan Kurpiewski answered:
Just to clarify on the security deposit...

See page 25 on the CA Tenants renters book - http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/landlordbook/catenant.pdf

The owner/landlord can require you to pay a security deposit equal to TWO MONTHS rent for an unfurnished unit (two-and-a-half if you have a waterbed), and a security deposit equal to THREE MONTHS rent for a furnished unit (three-and-a-half with waterbed). This would be IN ADDITION to first month's rent.

SO, while the landlord is requesting 1st and Last month's rent, plus a security deposit equal to one month's rent, this IS allowed so long as the contract states you are paying FIRST MONTH'S rent plus a security deposit equal to TWO MONTHS rent. It's all in the language of the contract...

As far as the condition, I echo what has been said before me. Be concerned if the landlord refuses to make the unit "satisfactory" up front, because it's only going to get worse. Also, if you do decide to move in regardless, DOCUMENT EVERYTHING on move in. Don't make it into "he said, she said" when you are having to go to court to get your security deposit back.

Good luck!!

Alan Kurpiewski, Realtor®
CA BRE 01912043
(619) 35-HOUSE
(619) 354-6873
http://www.homes4schools.com
homes4schools@gmail.com
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Thu Jul 4, 2013
Jay Becker Sotheby's answered:
Thu Jul 4, 2013
Jay Becker Sotheby's answered:
Check Crime stats at city-data.com and School Stats at greatschools.org because in many cases in coastal SD you get what you pay for and the condos are priced accordingly.

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Jay Becker - Senior Real Estate Consultant
Lux-RE-Homes / Ocean View Realty - www.OWN-SD.com
Office: 858.222.4321x7 | Mobile: 858.335.4235
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Thu Jul 4, 2013
Jay Becker Sotheby's answered:
Best to secure coverage as most HOA's only offer 'limited' insurance, if any with their HOA fee.
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Tue Jul 2, 2013
Jay Becker Sotheby's answered:
$7,500 per month positive cash flow 4 months out of the year, $1200 positive cash flow the remaining 12 months, NET after all expenses, on a $2200 mortgage pmt with 20% down...

4 months pays the entire expenses of the property in 4 months, try to accomplish that with a standard rental in SD. It cash flows with 0% down, it also cash flows with equity cash out....

Short term vacations rentals in the right areas can be extremely profitable.
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Tue Mar 19, 2013
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I think you answered that, because all of the agencies FNMA, Freddie and FHA will stop lending on the association if the the number of rentals goes too high. This will then destroy your resale value. ... more
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