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Assistant,  in West Palm Beach, FL

if i post on trulia does it post on MLS?

Asked by Assistant, West Palm Beach, FL Tue Apr 9, 2013

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NO. Trulia pulls from MLS and other sources, but it does not work in the opposite direction. That is why the info on Trulia sometimes have errors.
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It will not post on MLS if you put it on Trulia. Also, you will need to be license real estate agent to post a listing on Trulia.
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The MLS is for the use of MEMBERS ONLY! To post you would have
have the credentials,training ,and licesure necessary to become a
member! The MLS is not a "public " site. Information listed on the
the MLS is "shared" with public to Generate interest . Only member
users have access to complete listing information contained on
the service.
MLS has strict rules for use and severe penalties for violations or
misreprentations.Every effort is made to protect the intregrity of the
information. Tulia is a good site- but it is not an MLS. Never confuse
the two. If you want to get your listings posted on the MLS become
a Member or work with one.


Bob Brubaker Highlight Realty Palm Beach County Fl. 561-876-6649
Web Reference: http://www.pbc-realcam.com
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No, No, No, No.
Trulia DOES NOT get data from ANY MLS. Real Estate Data appearing on Truia comes from ListHub, not the MLS!

Agents who are registered on Trulia may enter real estate data. These registered agents have limited ability to edit ListHub data. So, even registered agents may not be able to correct faulty data. And most certainly, you DON"T WANT Trulia data on your MLS.

If you enter your Edit Listing dialog, here are the Trulia words you will read.
"Editing Your Listing
Trulia receives this listing from ListHub, a third party listing provider. As part of Trulia's syndication agreement with ListHub, Trulia has agreed to limit data edits on core fields (e.g. price and status) specified by ListHub"

If you do not understand this, it becomes easy, and completly incorrect, to believe AGENTS are responsible for the faulty data on sites sucn as Trula.
I"ll give Antinio a TU hoping he'll come back to read this.
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