Call the Zillow helpdesk and they will do it for you.
Normally, if they are asking for anything upfront before you've even met them or seen the house, it's a scam.
Yes, they will always consider you. The first thing they will do is a prequalification to see what your credit score is and consider your debt-to-income ratio. It does matter how long you have been employed. You can call[deleted by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines]and she will be able to advise you on what to do Good luck!!
If you listed it under an account that you created, you would go under your listings in your profile and select "cancel listing".
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You would go to "edit listing" in your profile and you can fix it there.
Yes it is possible! I just did this exact thing for some clients through a lender. Call one that you trust and they can walk you through the process. Good luck!
I would call a structural engineer or foundation specialist out to do a free estimate. Then you will have that on file with all of your other documentation for what you've already had done to show that you have had the cause for the cracks inspected.
It is normal for people to offer over the amount of the asking price if they feel it is very desirable and it will go quick. That is where a good agent comes into play by advising you of this. You should have your agent do a CMA to see what the actual "sold" properties have been going for in that area. It sounds like you might want to speak to your agents broker and express your concerns. The broker would be able to match you with someone that is more suited to your needs.
Yes, have your realtor pull up the property on the tax assessor's site and run a CMA for you.