It all depends when the listing agent imputed your property on the local MLS which then Trulia gets the feed that shows up on here.
David R. Indermill
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If your place has been listed Longer than 72hrs, or you know for a fact that your agent has entered it in to the MLS well over 72hrs ago, it is possible he or she has made a locational mistake; like an incorrectly typed zip code, something of that nature.
It is rare, but oddly enough I have seen home listings totally NOT match where they actually are. Just recently, I had to send a msg to a listing agent for a property showing that it was in San Pedro, near Long Beach, when it was actually located somewhere near Bakersfield.
I hope this info has helped. You should contact your listing agent & say "What's up? I don't see my listing anywhere??"
If you'd like to discuss this further, please shoot me an email directly or give me a call, I don't look back on this same Trulia posting for Answers after mine, or Replies from you beneath my answer.
Emily S. Knell
Realtor Since--- 1996
Realty ONE Group