MLS regulations prohibit the display of a property's address unless you are registered on that particular web site. Site such as Realtor.com, Homes.com, Boston.com etc. never display addresses because they are not owned by a licensed real estate broker, and are designed to send potential buyers directly to the listing agent for more information (including addresses).
Your address is available to anyone who is registered with a real estate agent or broker, which includes most SERIOUS home buyers. You don't want the browsers and just curious peolple anyway.
Good luck with your sale. It's going to be a great spring for both buyers and (serious) sellers of real estate.
Coldwell Banker Triad
Good luck, Tom.
If you want your address to be disclosed, you need to let your agent know. Some MLS systems have a default which does NOT show property addresses. Here in New Hampshire, property address can be shown with the Seller's written permission, which is great for agents and buyers alike. However, every Seller is different, and on a Haverhill listing that I had, the Seller absolutely did not want their address to be disclosed. So speak with our agent, and best of luck in selling quickly and for a good price.
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