As for the original question...I think my colleagues have certainly answered that. Best of luck in your home search....
Further, the report revealed that 'Home for sale' data could lag professional websites by as much as 7 days.
Trulia practices deception in systemically presenting information as a 'foreclosure' or 'for sale' when the property is not in foreclosure or sold many, many months ago.
The real purpose of Trulia is to sell advertising opportunities to agents and mortgage brokers and insurance folks and moving companies......using the stolen collateral of real estate professionals as the bait. I know, you thought it was a real estate website. Sorry, it is not.
Nevertheless, Trulia gets the all of us looking, talking and curious about real estate. Trulia is more of an advertising company using Multiple Listing and other services throughout the USA with permission from providers and distributes the information through their platform.
True MLS listings are mainly transferred to this site with some rare exceptions, but the opposite isn't true.
They are not licensed to sell property, as far as I know.
Listings on sites like trulia are there because the listing agent or broker has agreed for them to be there.
Some properties are not there, and others are not updated there.
Keep in mind what Tru lia sells - ads and your email, name, phone, and anything else you will give them for nothing.
One of the problems with sites on the Net that only sell ads or just collect email addresses to resell, is that the info on their pages is often meant to cause you to provide your email and name for resale.
I'd spread the word to use actual real estate professionals' sites rather than ones where the correctness of the data is not as important to the site owner as gathering and selling your name and email to the highest bidders is.
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