Your Realtor could also fix the data on the hundred other sites that get aggregate data also, good luck on that. At least your home is on the number one site in the Cincinnati area for home searches. It is not possible to track down all the sites where listing data is shown so the local brokers that have a legal reponsibility to maintain correct data is the best place to be.
Sema it shows as you when you click on the see listing website link. You just did not buy the ad space to block other agents agents ads on your listings. Welcome to aggregator sites.
It all depends on how you price the property. Contact a local Realtor® and explain your goals.
From the information you have you can not tell who the owner is.The property owner could have done a loan modification. The property ownercould have done a deed in llieu of forclosure. The property owner could have done a short sale. The properety owner could have brought their balance current. A third party could have bought the note from the lender and now they have the right to deal with the property owner. There are more senarios but you get the idea.
Granted a paid for home is a great feeling but you do not want to be cash poor. With the availablity of home loans under 3% you may want to consider a small home loan and keep some of your cash in reserve. Remember when your savings account earned over 3%? I has a checking account that at one time paid over 8% ofcourse home loans ere double digit interest rates then.
If you know of lots of people that have been discharged from their BK for only one year and are getting home loans from a lender find out from them who they are going to. I am not aware of a lender that will give a home loan to someone one year out of BK.
In Ohio there are no sales forms online with any state agency. You need to contact a real estate attorney to have your purchase and sale contract drawn up.
the property could show on Zillow for 6 months after it is sold. Contact a local Realtor® to act as your buyers agent if you are serious about a home. Trolling the aggreagator sites will show you many properties that are no longer available but have not been updated.
You need to check your contract but builders normally cover themselves very well. A Realtor® representing you may have saved you money but that is in the past. I have builders I work with in the area that I can get things done things that someone walking in off the street can not get done. Builders veiw a unrepresented buyer as one transaction. I have two local builders that I work with a lot and have done about 20 homes with one and a dozen with the other. They want that return bussiness so are more willing to give "upgrades" at no cost.