this is currently happening to me. I have a lot of postlets on there from before zillow bought them. I get no response from zillow or postlets either. Their lack of support is very frustrating. Glen
Yes if your house is similar in characteristics and condition. Those properties would be your competition. If the bank owned properties are too low, consider renting.
no problem Tammy, wouldn't want to actually help someone answer their question would we. PS please show me in the zillow rules where it is illegal to include an email address. Thanks, Glen
what is the current loan amount and your estimated value of the house. Are you self employed or w-2?[content removed by moderator for being self promotional]
You can send me an email and I can reply back to it with a list off the mls. I will not send or use your email address for anything else. thanks glen firstname.lastname@example.org
Oxicile, I believe any agent can advertise on here, or have their listings posted. I'm a broker in Northern Calif. and I think when I signed up I had to check a box saying I was licensed. Technically anyone could put something on. Do back ground research and get some referrals before hiring anyone off the web. glen
I would check in with a realtor in Yreka area and ask if they have a free automatic email search service. Most do.
Eric, Whats the fun in that? Just kidding. Set up a second profile maybe?
If they are reputable they can have their business just about any where they have phone and computer access. Mortgage brokers have the ability to use multiple banks and may have access to one with a lower rate. Mortgage brokers don't hand the money to you it gets wired to escrow from the bank. Its in their best interest to do a good job for you so you come back again and refer clients.
interview several realtors in your area and ask them about experience working with banks. If you need help tracking down a good referal let me know. Hope it sells quickly for your daughter.