If your home is listed by a Realtor, then contact your Realtor to make the necessary changes. If your house is just listed as a Public Record listing, then contact Trulia directly, it is the easiest way to get that done.
Thank you and Good Luck!
Below is a link to the Michigan State Real Estate Commission whom you contact if you believe you are not being treated fairly. If you are working with a buyer broker they should contact the Broker in Charge of the lsiting company (or have their broker in charge make the call) and have them address your concerns. It is perfectly reasonable to demand that the Seller write "I have reviewed this offer with my agent" on the first page of the offer and have them sign and date it so you know it was presented.... more
According to the local Realtor MLS, there is a unit newly under contract listed for $289k, a unit under contract in a short-sale attempt for $239k, and one listed as available for $525k that is substantially larger than the others. In the past 180 days there have been 4 sales ranging from $210k to $381k, with the majority of the sales in the lower-mid $200's. There is an obvious spread due to significant differences between the units. A good buyer's agent is very helpful in helping make sense of local comparable properties. Let me know if I can help further.
Jay M. Jones, Realtor
You will not get a Realtor to answer thatr question, it's called steering. If I were you I would call the local police department and check on this web site;
I hope this helps,
I have a gorgeous detached condo available to purchase in West Bloomfield with Birmingham schools ... although I don't know what your price point is.
You are best served by speaking with a local agent who will work on your behalf to find the right fit for you. You should interview a few and select the one you'll work best with. Feel free to email me at Derek@DoorToDreams.com or contact me through my Trulia profile, as we would appreciate the opportunity to speak with you.
You can also search for these properties using the link below...... more
You need to research this in your county. If you cannot get a clear title search you may not be able to sell the property if the buyer cannot get title insurance. You can get a clear title but it can cost you thousands of dollars more than you would want to pay. Usually the county has to run an ad in the state paper in your area on all property up for tax sale. Contact your local paper and see when they will run the ad. You can also contact your county office and someone there should be able to give you a date. The home owner does have 12 months to pay the taxes in our area in S.C. but you would be paid the interest on that the amount they owe if they pay the taxes.... more