I have also seen a lot of misinformation in listings. It could be something like a $160k house in a subdivision that had over 9 million acres with it. A lot size listed at 60 acres when it was 60 feet instead. There have been cases where houses have been listed as having a slab when they had a complete cement foundation and cellar. I could go on and on and...
My theory is that the realtors who put that information in wrong ( or leave things blank) either have no idea what they are talking about OR are so incompetant they can not be bothered to input the very info that will bring them buyers. As buyers it makes us very frustrated and takes a lot of time to get past the problems. Plus it wastes the times of buyers and their agents looking at, or calling about (or both) the wrong types of properties. I know I have not looked at some properties I might have liked because they did not show me the criteria that I demand to buy a place.
I do know some realtors think if they leave certain things blank it will make potential buyers call for more details. But it backfires with many buyers just stopping the process on that place.
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