Buyers are not required to put 20% down so there is no help or programs to pay for part of a 20% down payment since minimum required down payment for FHA loan is 3.5% and 5% for Conventional.
Your realtor should have the listing on Zillow as part of their marketing and therefore claim the listing!
Yes you can. One big suggestion: do not show your home to unqualified buyers... not only is it a waste of everyone's time but it's dangerous as well! Anyone, including thieves, can say they want to buy your house... but CAN they is a very different situation!
You can qualify based on your credit score, the other determining factor is your DTI, debt to income ration, with my lender this can not be higher than 52%. Medical collections won't be used against you.
What is the address? It could very well be that you were given incorrect information and the property is simply not for sale. This is not uncommon unfortunately.
Depending on if you were behind on payments when you sold your house short or if you kept current you could qualify for a loan as soon as 3 years. I would contact a lender to check!
I know this is vague but it could or it could not. There are many factors. Will the apartments back to your lot? Will they be a higher end apartment complex or low income pricing? Will the traffic to the apartments have to take your street to get to them?
Don't stop paying your mortgage! I highly recommend you contact a local realtor and have them run the comps and do a CMA for you as Zillow's zestimates are not always accurate. From there you can run through your options with a realtor.
I would recommend using a third party ie, Title company. They will prepare the closing statement for you aand the check will be written to them. In turn they will pay the seller!
You may absolutely list your home for more. I give my clients an estimate of market value and tell them that I know I can sell for that amount. However I always let them know that if they want to try selling it for more we can do so but that is may be a challenge! I would suggest speaking with another realtors if that one did not explain to you that you could list for more. I would also get a second opinion on price value regardless!