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Sun Nov 8, 2015
My NC Homes Team answered:
Because Trulia isn't in real estate (they are an avertising site only) and they know nothing about your home or any other proeprty they advertise for that matter.

Secondly online valuations are utterly worthless so who cares. For more about why automated valuations will always be highly unreliable you can click on the link I've attached below. ... more
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Sat Feb 7, 2015
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Tue Feb 3, 2015
Jacob Davis answered:
Hello Sandy,
Those condos are individually owned. You would have to contact seller directly about renting or buy one of the condos which I could help you with.
Thank you,
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Thu Sep 4, 2014
Jeremy Locke answered:
Look under "pullman realtors" and contact a realtor directly.

Will you need financing for your home? Contact me through my Trulia page so we can speak directly.
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Fri Jan 31, 2014
Adam Jones answered:
The pre-schools are pretty fantastic. I've worked in one of them and we know people who have worked in two others. WSU daycare and several local ones on SunnySide hill are really good.
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Mon Sep 16, 2013
p answered:
Don't know of any pet-friendly rental houses but there are 2 pet-friendly apartment complex: Birch Hills and Bridgeway Center both in Pullman, WA.
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Tue Jul 30, 2013
Kary Krismer answered:
This is really more of a tax law question (consult your tax adviser), but my understanding has always been that if you live in a state with an income tax, then you get taxed on income where ever it is earned. If you earn income in a state with an income tax, but live in one without an income tax, you pay state income tax in the state where the income is earned.

I would note that if you work in Pullman and live in Idaho the Pullman employer probably doesn't report to the Idaho taxing authority, so there might be an increased ability for tax evasion (criminal). I don't consider that a tax advantage. ;-)
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Fri Mar 18, 2011
The Cascade Team Real Estate answered:
It very much depsnds. If you mentally cound on 6 months you should be good.
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Fri Jun 11, 2010
David - Appraiser answered:
Robin is correct - However, a little more clarification to her answer.

below grade livable usage space such as basements, finished or not, will not be included in the GLA (Gross Livable Area) square footage. It will however be included in the value conclusion but not valued the same ($ per sq ft for example) as the above grade, or GLA portion. Generally speaking, a lesser value more equivalent to storage space. The same also applies for attics which are used as living space. ... more
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Fri Feb 19, 2010
Dan Tabit answered:
Your situation and the one Tonya mentioned are very different. Self employed borrowers need a current track record; your husband’s time in Grad School is almost considered having a job. If, as John Mentioned you had a letter of employment including start date and salary, I would take this to a local lender to discover what programs you would qualify for.
The lending world is changing rapidly and short of making an actual submission to a lender there is nothing I see that would be an automatic denial, however it's not an automatic approval either. I've been a lender for 12 years.
Unless you use the USDA zero down program, which has some very strict parameters, you will likely need a bit more cash for down payment or closing costs, but even this depends.
Contact a lender in your town where you can discuss your situation and have them consult current guidelines.
Best of luck.
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