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Barnettart, Renter in Tucson, AZ

why is this home still listed for sale since it's been rented out for two years as of two days ago? re 6602 N Los Arbores Cir, 85704

Asked by Barnettart, Tucson, AZ Sat Jul 17, 2010

As I am the renter, it concerns me that this listing is not shelved until we leave, if ever. We like it here.

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Hi Barnettart,

Sites like do not always display current/up-to-date information. Most likely, the owner just has not manually updated all the sites where the property was advertised. And unless your lease agreement states otherwise, the owner of your rented property is allowed to sell the property and your unless your lease states otherwise, your lease is required to be honored by the new owner.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Jul 18, 2010
You do have rights as a tenant so call the owner and ask them to remove it. This house does not show up in MLS so you probably haven't had anyone call to view the property. Sites like Trulia and Zillow are not always up to date on property statuses.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jun 30, 2012
Some agents are slow to update their information, it's not fair and can be frustrating to clients like yourself. That's why picking the right agent plays a big part in how smoothly your transaction goes.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jul 19, 2010
Big deal? Call the listing agent and ask him/her to remove the liting.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jul 17, 2010
Do you mean 6602 N Los Arboles Cir (Arboles with an L) If this is the property the MLS system shows it as being "rented". The listing agent has not gone back and updated the Trulia site. Many sites outside of the MLS have to be manually updated.
Hope this helps,
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jul 17, 2010
I searched MLS and it is not listed on MLS. Sites like and Zillow are not 100% accurate. I would simply call the owner and speak with them, best way to find out. As a renter you have tenant rights.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jul 17, 2010
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