You have got to understand that Trulia is an Entertainment and Advertising site:
It is not a Real Estate site, in that you can only do superficial research and you cannot buy anything through Trulia.
If you see something that interests you, you should let your Realtor do further research, including, whether it is even still available.
Your Realtor can guide you as to the Market Value of the property and protect your interests.... more
Trulia is not a real estate brokerage, but a real estate website that I believe is headquarted in the Bay area. There are lots of Trulia VIP agents (like me) that can assist you in San Diego.
How can I help you?
McAllister Homes Real Estate
Are you referring to a listing for your property? Or are you just looking at a Google Earth image? Google Earth images come from satellties. Not sure how you could get them to take a new picture without the bus in front of it. If you're listing you property, have a Realtor take professional photos.... more
You can try revising by going under the My Trulia tab, then my listings, click on the property and you should see an edit button. You can also contact Trulia's customer service directly under the Help tab. I hope this helps you.... more
It may be too late, as they mention the 24-48 hour turnaround time. However, I would still give it a try. Also, if you have a Vflyer account and submit your open house flyer, it will get syndicated to Trulia.
To submit open house times for the listings branded in your account, follow the steps below.
1. Sign into your Trulia account.
2. Hover over My Trulia and click on Listings.
3. Click on the Edit Listing Details located under the listing photo.
4. To add an open house time, click Open House Times.
5. Enter the appropriate dates.
6. Click Save Updates.
Please allow 24 - 48 hours for the changes to take effect on our site.
Hope this helps and good luck (I am holding an open house as I type this)
Chad Basinger, REALTOR®, CPA, CFP®... more
Thank you for using Trulia Voices! At this time, we do not have the option to download your saved properties. We are continually working on improvements and I encourage you to continue notifying us of ways we may improve our services to better meet your needs.
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Jenny of Trulia... more
Yes it often is. I have been saying that for a while
They include lots of so called listings that are simply properties that have a NOD (Notice of Default) filed.
I have a free (yes it really is free!) search site that lists only foreclosures and if you want short sales that are all available for sale and listed for sale.
Check out my website
I suggest you search both Trulia and your local MLS. Not all homes in your local MLS will be found in Trulia. You will also find some homes in Trulia that are not in MLS, but the reverse will more often be true.
Trulia provides various tools for the home buyer and consumer to use. There are real estate guide, maps, the ability to compare similar properties, review trends, and see what similar properties to your chosen one are available.
I recommend that you use both for gathering info and gaining your own personal market knowledge. Your Realtor will also be an important source for information and advice. He or she will have additional info not contained at either MLS or Trulia. Part of that results from alternative sources of info, and part of that comes from experience.
Good luck.... more
Thank you for your question.
This is just my opinion. I think that your question exceeds the scope of what Trulia is about.
How would you like it if someone posted the same question, but it was YOUR home?
I don't know your circumstances, however I am relatively certain that there is a Realtor in San Diego that could be happy to help you directly, as opposed to posting information on a public website.
Ketih Sorem... more