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Sat Oct 6, 2012
Heath Coker answered:
You can always file a formal complaint with the MA real estate license board.

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Tue Jul 31, 2012 answered:
The offer should be presented immediately (unless it is a multi bid scenario and the listing agent and seller have called for offers on a specific date and time) Your offer contract should have an expiration date and time so the seller has until that date/time to accept or reply.

Next time get yourself an exclusive buyers agent to represent you. When you work with a listing / sellers agent they are legally obligated to protect the seller in the purchase not the buyer (therefore they can only give you limited advice and guidance during the purchase of that property).

Good luck!
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Wed Apr 25, 2012
Andrew Wilkinson answered:
Hi Alison,

Unfortunately, Trulia does not allow FSBO listings on the site. To get your home on Trulia, you will need to work with a real estate professional.

We've built a tool to help you find which Real Estate pro you could work with, based on recommendations by other home buyers and sellers, and how active they have been in the Voices community. You can find such pros in your area here:

If there's anything I can do to help you out, just let me know!

Community Manager, Trulia Voices
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Fri Feb 15, 2008
John C answered:
First take deep breath and relax, The house you wanted will be foreclosed on because no one is or should bid above the listed price. The conservative estimate on the price of housing dropping is at 20% before it levels out with some experts predicting 30%. With that said if you have good credit and enough money for a decent down payment you will be in a great position in 6 months to a year from now. My advice is find a nice rental for your family and wait for the dust to clear. One you will be able to find a better house than the one you lost for less money. Two you don't want to find yourself a year from now owing more than your house is worth. Just relax ... more
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