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Mon Jul 17, 2017
Mary answered:
Hi,

Please follow the instructions below on how to unsaved a property from your board.

1. Log in to your Trulia account
2. Click 'Saved homes'
3. Click 'Saved Homes' from the tabs
4. On the property, click the 3 dots on the lower right corner
5. Click 'Delete'

Thank you for using Trulia!

Mary
Consumer Care Advocate
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Thu Mar 16, 2017
Mszafranek asked:
We're in the process of buying a house. During the inspection we found out that the roof had hail damage. We asked the sellers to have their insurance company look into it, but they (the…
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Tue Sep 13, 2016
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Mon Jul 18, 2016
batntd4 asked:
My mother recently put in an offer with a house, that was accepted and closes soon, it included all furniture except antique items which they listed. Now the seller has reached out to my…
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Sun Nov 29, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
Having no idea what you signed and what your agreement is with the Seller, you may have opened yourself up to a law suit. What does your agent say? If you don't have one, what does the Seller's agent say? If both of you are "going it alone" don't be (alone) any longer. You need an attorney to sort out what you've gotten in to, and to tell you how to get out of it.

Good luck to you!

(Next time, use an agent.)

K.
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Sun Jul 19, 2015
Glen Steging asked:
Thu Oct 9, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
runnindoda,
One last note, averages are fine to be aware of. If you want to stay within them, then do an average job of pricing, marketing and preparation. If you'd like to sell for more, in less time under ideal terms, you'll need an exceptional local agent. ... more
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Sun Sep 28, 2014
Bryson Smith answered:
Fri Sep 26, 2014
Bryson Smith answered:
There are a lot of factors to take into consideration. Have you had a foreclosure or bankruptcy? Have you just made poor choices with credit cards or late payments on something that will directly report to the credit bureau? If its the ladder, I'd go to creditkarma.com to monitor and speak with a credit counselor. ... more
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Fri Jun 20, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
Foreclosed homes are sold using a variety of methods.
Some are sold in their original condition. This most likely implies extensive repairs and updates needed.

Others are completely repaired and updated to look at new as possible. New kitchen, flooring, baths, paint, fixtures, hardware, wiring, HVAC, roof and even sod.

Some are sold 'AS-IS' while others (the latter) are fully FHA and VA compliant.

The home YOU select will dictate what to expect.

It time to pick up the phone and call a local REALTOR to discuss your goals, resources and best options for you.

Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax
Palm Harbor, FL
727.420.4041
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Thu Jan 9, 2014
Tom Youngman answered:
In the last 6 months, 277 properties have been sold in 61614 zip code. The average Days On Market (DOM) was 84 days. Keep in mind 84 days is the average, so some properties took longer, while others sold faster. If you would like to discuss a particular property, or would just like some free professional advise, please feel free to call me anytime.

Tom Youngman
REALTOR/Broker
Coldwell Banker
7555 N. Knoxville Ave
Peoria, IL. 61614
Office (309) 689-7324
Cell (309) 453-3211
Email: tomyoungman@hotmail.com
www.tomyoungman.com
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Sun Nov 10, 2013
K Wier asked:
We assumed a loan from a farmer who tried to flip a house (it doesn't report to our credit history). We were given 2 years to get the loan in our name. We were set to do just that and then…
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Fri Oct 4, 2013
Bev West answered:
Go online and check your public records or call the county records office and they will provide that info if you are not able to get in touch with a Realtor.
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Thu Aug 29, 2013
Brian Nguyen answered:
Yes, it is certainly possible to still get a loan in your situation. Usually a couple credit lines from past two years to get a mortgage from a lender. Luckily, there are some lenders like myself that can give loans without credit. In the event a borrower does not have sufficient credit on their credit report we will allow substitute forms. Some of these substitute forms are known as non-traditional credit which is judged by rental housing payments, utility company references (gas, electricity, water, cable, etc.), school tuition, automobile leases, insurance premiums, retail store credit cards, and a documented 12 month history of savings from a bank. These are all ways in which a lender will review your credit without actually having credit, but not all lenders will accept this but I have done this before for my clients.

Well I hope this helps! If you have any further questions or if you need a loan, feel free to contact me. Also, if you found this helpful please leave me a recommendation if you can!

Good Luck!

Brian Nguyen Sr.
Mortgage Banker
NMLS # 659743
Phone: 949.667.2887
brian.nguyen@nafinc.com
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Sun Aug 4, 2013
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If you buy a vacant home in Peoria, you may qualify for the Building Blocks grant. $10,000 to help with your purchase. Go to www.tonybrust.com and click on the link about the program for more info. ... more
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Thu Jul 4, 2013
Diane Vespa answered:
The poster was from Peoria, Arizona
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Thu Apr 25, 2013
Greg McCoy answered:
HI Gen-bear,

If there is any doubt, you should bring in a contractor or engineer to evaluate the structural integrity of the house. Settling is common in older houses, so this might just be that.....but it is a good idea to get a professional to look at it before proceeding.....

Good luck!
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Tue Apr 16, 2013
Patty Harrison answered:
Hello,

I am very knowledgeable in military loans and am a certified military specialist and would be happy to help you navigate the home buying process. Please email me or visit my website for more information.

I look forward to working with you.

Bet regards,

Patty Harrison
Patty@smartmtgs.net
Www.smartmortgageinc.com
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