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Fri Feb 28, 2014
catbythesea answered:
I have the same problem. I edited my home facts twice but it never changes in the listing. It incorrectly says that I have 1 full bath and 1 partial bath. The home has 1 full bath and 2 partial baths. I changed it several months ago and I changed it again today but it still says the same thing in the public listing.

My home is not for sale now but I plan to sell it soon.
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
Todd Krontz answered:
Hi Judy,

Great example of our world of technology. What you are looking at is a third part website that copies the informaion from the MLS and then never goes back to update the status of the listings. Try using the most updated & accurate site vailable either or Both of these sites are those that we use in my office and the swmric site is actually the MLS site that we feed our info into. If there is anything I can do to help please call or email me anytime. Todd Krontz, Realtor Prudential Preferred, Realtors - Sturgis (269)-625-2253 cell or email

Hope this helps!
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Mon Feb 18, 2013
Haig Istamboulian answered:

The easiest way to correct that would be to contact Trulia directly at 888-466-3501, from Monday - Friday 7 am to 4 pm PST. Trulia reps can help you.

I hope this helps,

Thank you,

(248) 379-6547
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Wed Jul 25, 2012
Todd Krontz answered:
If you contact a Realtor, searching the MLS for a mfg home; single wide or double wide is a very easy task. The information will be the most current coming from the MLS. Please give me a call, I would be glad to show you those properties that are available and where they are. Please understand financing a mfg home is nearly impossible at the current time, so paying cash is likely your only option today. ... more
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Mon Nov 21, 2011
Don Tepper answered:
Check with some of the larger real estate offices in your area. The company I'm with (Long & Foster, Burke, Virginia) has filing cabinets filled with the original sales folders and brochures from developers . . . . in this case, from Northern Virginia. Some stretch back 30 years or so. So if an agent is selling a property in a subdivision--even if the house was built 25 years ago--there's a good chance that he/she will be able to find the floor plan.

Hope that helps.
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