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Thu Apr 11, 2013
Alison Hillman answered:
You can contact the listing agent who will be able to help you learn more about that specific property (and probably will know a lot about similar properties in the area). To find an agent, just click on the yellow button on the property's Trulia listing and you will be able to start a dialogue.

Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help with anything else. I am happy to be a resource for you. Good luck with the search!

Best,
Ali, Trulia Voices Community Manager
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Amanda Albert answered:
I always recommend that my clients make an offer that will create a win - win situation in which both parties will be happy. Low balling is a tactic that makes the buyer and the agent look bad and gives Agents a bad reputation.

I am not sure what you are trying to do here. I hope you will explain a little more.

Amanda
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Sun Jan 6, 2013
Jessica Tracy answered:
This unit has been rented out. The only utility that it included was water.
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Tue Nov 6, 2012
Michael answered:
Check out my house for sale. When I first tried to sell on my own at the end of September all I kept getting were calls from people wanting to rent it. In my area there are a tons of renters.
I am listed on various websites. 317 east st. New Britain.
http://www.trulia.com/property/3097069592-317-East-St-New-Britain-CT-06051
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Sun Nov 11, 2012
Lisa Orme answered:
I will be glad to discuss a flat-fee services with you....just give me a call at my office 860-688-1400
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Tue Oct 9, 2012
Jim Olive answered:
Brittibob...You would have to define what "best" means to you. Lowest price? Maybe. Longest waiting time? Definitely! Some homes have taken 2 or more years in the recent past to make it from short sale window closed to on the market as a foreclosure. Things are speeding up now, but it can still take quite awhile. If it takes a long time and the market continues up, by the time it shows up on the MLS, the price may be up beyond where you might have gotten it in short sale or pre-foreclosure. So...without a crystal ball, we have no way of knowing what will be "best" for any particular house. Best of luck with whatever you do...Jim ... more
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Thu Jun 21, 2012
Seth Winkleman answered:
As Realtors we are not allowed to answer that question, we can refer you to ask the police, ask neighbors. I found a website that may be of assistance! Email me if you have more questions SethWinkleman@prudentialCT.com ... more
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Tue Nov 15, 2011
Richard Breglia answered:
I would visit or call the local town hall in the areas of interest to you.
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Fri Nov 4, 2011
Sally Grenier answered:
I assume you're referring to a short sale? The bank will only accept an offer at "Fair Market Value". (what other similar properties have sold for in the last 6 months). Have your REALTOR do a CMA (comparative market analysis) on it to determine what a fair offer might be.

I just happened to write a blog post about why Buyers may not want to consider buying a short sale. Check it out!

http://sallygrenier.com/
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Wed Jan 26, 2011
Melissa Barkalow answered:
You should contact an agent in your area with a specific address you want to know about
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Fri Jul 22, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
Since no link is visible and no address given, you may wish to ask your question again--in the meantime, consider a call to any local realty office(s)/agents, they all all have access to the same information--if the property is available a showing can be scheduled.... ... more
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Tue Aug 17, 2010
David Poulsen answered:
i would give a Realtor a call, that's what they get paid for, so use their expertise in tracking down the information you need to buy your next home. They are there to help. If you want to try on your own, you can check with your counties recorder's office, they will have information on computer or microfiche about the properties. ... more
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Wed May 12, 2010
Joseph Abreu answered:
Hi,

Its is very difficult to estimate what a bank will take.

Please give me Ron G a call at 860-989-7463 of Abreu Realty. He will be able to research the property for you.

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Tue Jan 27, 2009
Kristina Zack answered:
Hi Lathe!

Its a newer feature that means that information was updated by the listing agent & or information was polled through the Multiple Listing Service to update the information on there. I hope that makes sense! :) ... more
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Sun Feb 22, 2009
Deborah Madey answered:
You are asking us to predict human behavior after an experience that was most likely traumatic for a person. Someone who has lost their home in a foreclosure action may be feeling a great sense of emotional loss as a result. There is no way to know if the party who once owned the home in question would warmly receive your call and want to help, or if your call would be salt in a wound that was barely starting to heal. ... more
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Tue Aug 17, 2010
Dan Ross answered:
Weeks is the optimistic estimate. You could be waiting for 2-3 months for an answer. There are several factors that determine the wait time. One of the key ones is the home value. The higher that value, the higher up the food chain at the bank the approval has to come from. Another factor is the offer. Is it close to asking? If so, you could get a reply quicker. If it is way under, it will probably take some time.
Banks are swamped with REO's and pre-foreclosures. They have a greatly increased work load and reduced staff because of their financial woes.
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Fri Apr 16, 2010
Barry answered:
Derek: Did you mean a hardmoney lender that would lend at 67% not buy ?
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Thu Nov 27, 2008
Anthony asked:
Lease to own, rent to own, purchase option, Pensacola, Ponce Inlet.
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Wed Sep 16, 2009
Jessica Beganski answered:
Yes, if the house is indeed owned by a bank. If the home is listed for sale, contact the listing agent.
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Thu Feb 14, 2008
Nigel Morris answered:
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