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Curb Appeal in San Diego County : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Feb 21, 2017
Maricris A answered:
Hi,

I apologize if the image associated with your property page caused you any inconvenience and I am happy to help in any way I can. Please be advised the image you are seeing is provided to us from Google images of which we do not have the ability to edit or remove. My recommendation would be to contact Google to request they blur out your home. Please feel free to use these steps:

How to get your property blurred:
1. On your Trulia Property Page, click 'View Map'.
2. Click 'Street View'.
3. Click 'Report a problem' found on the bottom right of the photo.
4. Fill out the form.
5. Click Submit.

Please be assured if you are intending to sell your home in the future, you (or your agent if you choose to use one), will have the ability to create a new listing with new photos, and submit the listing to Trulia.

The new listing will override the off market property page with the Google image photo.

I hope this information is helpful

Regards,

Maricris
Consumer Care advocate
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Tue Oct 11, 2016
sammy_lanning answered:
rent your property out fast and wait till area is developed.Then sale your property.
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Wed Jan 16, 2013
lornmastro answered:
I have been told that faux finishes are going out of style. The other thing you need to consider is when you are tired of the venetian plaster how hard will it be to get the walls back to normal. ... more
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Sun May 20, 2007
Roberta Murphy answered:
Thank you Kaye and Maureen! I am amazed at how many people are seeking information on this type of finish. I keep eyeing a hallway and our master bath as candidates;-)
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Tue May 15, 2007
Eliot Rachman, GRI answered:
La Costa was originally built up in the 60's and 70's. You can find some homes in original condition (fixer uppers), great for buyers looking to put in a little sweat equity. Many have been updated by now. There are plenty of new developments that have sprung up over the last few years. You can get a new or near new home in La Costa, and many other areas of Carlsbad. Call me today for more information. 760-828-4474 ... more
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