how to save to my homes?

Asked by Wpr4u, Sacramento, CA Thu Feb 5, 2009

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Ute Ferdig, Agent, Auburn, CA
Thu Feb 5, 2009
Hello Wpr4u. I think what you are really asking is how you add properties that you find on Trulia to "My Saved Homes." Here are the instructions that I found on Trulia:

"Get started saving your favorite homes!
You've signed up for your My Trulia account—now the fun can start.

Start your house hunt by entering your city, neighborhood, or ZIP code of choice into the search box above.
Save homes that you're interested in by clicking the "[+] Save to My Trulia" link in each row on the results page, or from the property details page.
Find all your Saved Homes in My Trulia.
Save your searches, and set daily or weekly email updates for new listings matching your search. "

I think when you click on the little house icon with the plus sign in the tools section (right hand column on the property detail page), the home that you are looking at is being saved to your homes.

I hope this was what you were looking for.

Best regards,
Ute Ferdig
Broker Consultant.
Avalar Real Estate
(916)751-1267
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Sue Archer R…, Agent, Palm Harbor, FL
Thu Feb 5, 2009
I'm not sure what you're asking. Is this your personal home?

Homes could be listed that had shown a notice of default...that is what Realist often does. That does not mean it's actually on the market but is used as a way to draw buyers to use their services. That may not seem ethical especially if it's your home they're posting! They work off of public records.

If you are in trouble with your home, you need to contact your lender. Prepare all of your information on your current financial situation and speak with the loss mitigation department (not customer service). They will in most cases, try to work out a loan modification to resolve the situation if at all possible. If not, then you might need to short sale the home. In either case, while not pleasant, it is better than the alternative of foreclosure.

If you need more detailed assistance please don't hesitate to contact me. I have the forms that you would need to collect information on.

As I was guessing as to your question...I hope that helps. If not, write back.
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Erin Newingt…, Agent, Elk Grove, CA
Thu Feb 5, 2009
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