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Fri Aug 12, 2016
Joyteachem answered:
It appears to be a maddening problem on Trulia! I find NO links to submit requests for corrections! I would think people might could file lawsuits or something?!? WHY would they not AT LEAST allow attached comments on things affecting a property?? Like in my case they have our property listed as a "mobile home" when it NEVER was sold as such ever! It only was built by a company that build BOTH "manufactured homes" (aka mobile homes) AND "modular homes" which are each build differntly EVEN for the same model/floorplan! A manufactured home truly is "mobile" built on steel frame that wheels can be bolted to, but the "modular home" is set on a PERMANENT foundation and becomes nothing less AT ALL than a site built is just so unfair to inflict someone's hard earned investment with a LIE that CAN chase buyers away for ever even looking at a property! And to NOT even allow space for comments about information that could be DEAD wrong? What excuse does trulia have for THAT? What would it cost them to AT LEAST allow for THAT?? Personally? If I am ever on a jury? Trulia IS liable for not making an effort at all....from everything I see anyway ... more
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Thu Apr 14, 2016
rosebud2335 asked:
We just purchased a acre of land. With our fixed income. We feel the right route for us to take, is to buy a double wide.. Even with this. I know we are looking at least. 50,000 or more..…
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Thu Jan 23, 2014
Brenda Jolly answered:
Tue May 21, 2013
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi there-

I would recommend checking out the overview here on Trulia:

Ali, Community manager
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Thu Apr 11, 2013
Amy Love answered:
Being a former realtor I would suggest you not choose by the brokerage as much and more by the agent. There is a definite difference between having a go-getter vs. a fly-by -the- seat- of- their-pants type. Offer to have an open house and call or fax the local agencies to let them know you are considering putting your home on the market. Provide refreshments and a sign in sheet. Have yourself and a few trusted family members or friends talk to potential canidates and give a tour of the home while someone else will play hostess who can pass out a question form. Also remember to balance the tendency to go with the one's that have been the top agents with the rookies. Sometimes a rookie go getter with the desire to prove themselves and alot more time to give you their sole attention may be better than the one who has a network of friends putting lisings in their lap and too many bookings to be there for you. Remember you are hiring a contract employee who needs to serve you best. Therefore 2 or 3 callbacks should weed out the undriven ones. The open house will also advertise your property to multople agents that cn bring buyers to your door after it is listed with your selling soul-mate.
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