bauerfoto, Home Buyer in Revere, MA

Hi RE agents, please don't post condos as Single Families, we don't want to see them in our searches, THANK YOU!!!

Asked by bauerfoto, Revere, MA Sat Jan 5, 2013

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Hello Bauerfoto,
Agents DO NOT POST HOME FOR SALE DATA ON TRULIA.
Trulia receives this data from ListHub. The data displayed is altered, changed, substituted or suppressed to suit the purposes of ListHub and Trulia. The real estate agent HAS NO INVOLVEMENT.
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Some people, including agents, believe the data is received from the local MLS. IT IS NOT.
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REPEAT.
Real Estate professionals are NOT responsible for the data appearing on aggregate websites such as Truila. If you have grown weary of chasing the illusion of homes for sale or the vapors of home sold long ago, you will need to graduate from entertainment websites to the resources that are beneficial to serious home buyers.
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If you are a serious home buyer you will be working with a Realtor (r) who has provided you direct access to the LOCAL MLS which is the only source of accurate, reliable, timely, comprehensive data.

Best of success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
727.420.4041
http://RealEstateMadeEZ.us
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jan 5, 2013
There are 2 causes of this problem, the first being agents who list say a detached condo and list it under condo and residential and the other cause is when agents sign up for auto feeds that load their listings onto Trulia for them, but it is not always compatable and lists all condos as single family. Any good agent who maintains their listings and keeps them up to date will notice and can make the change to condo where it should be.
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