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spelle50, Home Seller in 34275

How do I change the stastus of my home to available for sale?

Asked by spelle50, 34275 Sun Jan 19, 2014

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Contact your REALTOR.
They have the proper access and resources to change the status of your home on Trulia.
Trulia prefers "Homes for Sale" to be represented by real estate brokers to assure the quality and integrity of the information.
2 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 19, 2014
Offering a little more detail in understanding the answers to your question below...

Trulia is a "syndicated" service. Which means it pulls it's information from the MLS IDX feeds.

So, when a Realtor places a listing in the MLS for their area, a few days later Trulia will syndicate or "sync" with that information. It is then your home will show as "For Sale" on Trulia.

If you are not listed in your local MLS with a Realtor in your area then you will not see your home as "For Sale" on Trulia.

If you are listed with a Realtor and your home is not showing "For Sale" on Trulia then you need to contact your agent and let them know. The agent can simply create and/or sign in under his/her account and add or update that listing information for you.

Sorry, but you are not able to do this as a "shopper" or "viewer" on your own on Trulia, that option is only available to Realtors.

Hope this helps to clarify what the other agents below were speaking of.

Good Luck with your sale!
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 19, 2014
As Annette mentioned, your home needs to be listed with a Realtor, and in your local MLS.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 19, 2014
If you have it listed for sale by a real estate agent, then they can enter it into the system for you.

Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Re/Max Palm Realty
tammyhayesre@gmail.com
941-276-6185
http://www.tammyhayes.remaxagent.com/
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 19, 2014
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