Asked by J Mario Preza, Daly City, CA • Mon Aug 23, 2010
This is the type of question I get asked quite frequently, and since I am a proponent to open communications and fair dealings with the public at large, I invite all who can, to seek information from sites like Trulia because, on the surface it is unbiased and impartial, but with an eye for giving the consumer the benefits of insights without having to make any hasty commitments with someone that doesn't quite deliver on these tenets; and believe me, there are hundred of those "fly-by-night" so-called agents out there. However, how does a consumer with limited resources and no ready access to the internet start using Trulia as a starting point in their house-hunt? Or, how can they be assured to be dealing with an licensee who align themselves with similar tenets?
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