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Dan Michalko, Home Buyer in Keuka Park, NY
Thu Jul 28, 2016
Dan Michalko asked:
Redfin is light years ahead of your ad bloated slow to respond piece of crap you call an application. I have not used Trulia in over a year and doubt if i'll ever be back.
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Paula Heberl…, Real Estate Pro in Rochester, NY
Thu Apr 24, 2014
Paula Heberling answered:
Hello, I know it's been a while since you posted this question, but wanted to check in and see if you ever got an answer to your question. If not, or if you're still looking for a home, please give me a call. I lived within a few blocks of this neighborhood for many years. Give me a call (585) 752-0350. ... more
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tloncao, Home Owner in Penfield, NY
Mon May 20, 2013
tloncao asked:
but sales rep told us they never stay in it more then 1 year , it has already been 10 months Question is , is this true , do builders really use a model home and pay me rent for 3 years…
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bubbs, Home Buyer in Penfield, NY
Tue Sep 4, 2012
bubbs answered:
"Alert ..... Our home inspection revealed extensive plumbing problems, foundation slipping, and termite damage."

This showed up on the search but can't find where it is ont he Trulia page. It is what concerned me. ... more
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Molly Hay -…, Real Estate Pro in Columbus, OH
Fri Oct 21, 2011
Molly Hay - Mosley, CDPE,CNE, MIP, SFR answered:
You aren't to far away from a 620 which is what you could get an state funded FHA loan for. I wound find a local lender in your area to help you get your scores up and put you on the right path. Have that lender recommend a free home buying class as well!! gOOD Luck! ... more
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Michael  Wal…, Real Estate Pro in Rochester, NY
Tue Mar 3, 2009
Michael Walker answered:
These terms are related to statistical data to compare the same time frame from one segment to another:

W O W ... is Week over Week

Y O Y ... is Year over Year

Hope that helps!

Mike
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