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Sun Jan 23, 2011
Laura Feghali answered:
Hello Hannaleez,
First, you need to claim your property on Trulia by bringing up the address. A tab will appear to claim it and it will ask for verification that you are the owner. You then can go into the detailed listing information and click on the edit photos tab to enable you to delete the photos.
I hope this is helpful.
Good luck!

Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
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Sat Jul 18, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:

Good luck with your search....there are a large number of people out there right now that are seeking this very same option.

Expect that smart sellers are going to be looking to protect their interests by requesting a sizable deposit in exchange for a lease option agreement. There are many rental "horror stories" that these home owners need to avoid at all costs.

These same sellers may also do a background and credit check. They understant that there are too many "freeloaders" that, once in, are extremely difficult to evict.
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Wed Sep 3, 2008
Bernard Gibbons answered:
Disclosure: I am not an attorney. This is purely my opinion.

If the lease was never signed and there is no other written agreement that is signed at least by you, it would appear that the landlord does not have the right to keep your deposit. Of course actually getting the landlord to refund it may not be so easy. A small claims court action may be necessary to achieve the result you want.

Bernard Gibbons

Bernard Gibbons, Realtor, e-PRO Certified Internet Specialist
J. Rockcliff Realtors, 15 Railroad Avenue, Danville, CA 94526
Phone (925) 997-1585
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