go to MY ZILLOW click on PROFILE. Make corrections there.
Licensed Real Estate Agents pay a fee to be able to have access to the MLS. A listing is not considered an add. It's a tool used by agents to find buyer's their perfect home.Call one to list an agent today.
Are you working with an agent? Your agent should be updating your listing. Contact your agent and let them know what you did. They should be able to get this worked out for you.If you are not working with an agent contact Zillow and explain what happened.
When you are looking for an agent, find a buyer's agent. The listing agent represents the seller.
In the county I live in lowered assessments 2 years ago.(16%) Now that the economy has worsened ours too has been increased.
Just getting all that extra weight off the top of your home will be great. I would hire a structural engineer to check the foundation and design a second story to add square footage to your home. Make sure everyone you hire is licensed and certified.
You should have it in the contract that inspections will be done within a certain number of days after the contract has been accepted. I wouldn't do inspections or turn over earnest deposit money until a contract is in place.
Your Realtor works for you. You need to be upfront with her before she runs all over town. Gas is almost $4.00 a gallon and her time is money. It would be in your best interest to have your Realtor involved to help you through inspections, negotiations, and gathering all the needed signatures on the tons of paperwork. She works hard to represent you and deserves to make a paycheck. Think of it as someone asking you to do your job sun up to sun down for a few weeks and then you find out you weren't making a paycheck to do it. The seller pays commission and your landlord should pay her.
I am not sure why you went through with an inspection on property that you were not under contract to buy. You had not agreed on a purchase price.You may want to contact John's Broker and bring this to their attention. If not satisfied then contact a Real Estate Attorney about the sudden increase of $15,000.Good luck
If the repairs are negotiated and the Seller is repairing, the seller schedules repairs. If the buyer is doing repairs it is up to the buyer to interview, hire and schedule contractors.