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Ed Foley, Renter in Bonita Springs, FL

Why are numerous Apartments and Condos listed as houses? They are not houses, so I'm looking elsewhere until Trulia cleans up their site.

Asked by Ed Foley, Bonita Springs, FL Wed Apr 17, 2013

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I appreciate your answers. Still, apartments and condos are not HOUSES (i.e. free standing, single-family residences). Thank you very much ladies and gentlemen.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sat Apr 20, 2013
It seems that the agents have an incentive to spam sites with poor quality listings. This accomplishes two things: it gets better exposure for their listings, and it allows them to suggest that you solicit their services if you want to obtain accurate information.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 15, 2014
Are you aware the data appearing on Trulia IS NOT PROVIDE BY AGENTS!
If the data is faulty it has no relationship to the information the agent has provided. Trulia and the source from which the receive the data, reserve the right to change data, supress data, remove data or do what ever they please.

The agent generated data appearing in the MLS is CORRECT. However on these entertainment sites like Trulia and Zillow, what you see is not what the agent entered. It a shame you didn't know that.
Flag Fri Aug 15, 2014
what you are looking at is a duplex, investment propery.

If you contact me I set you up with the up to date information using the database all Real estate agent use. All I need from you, is what your needs are, where you are looking, and what comfort zone you are looking in.

Remember: “Pictures without ALL the information are never the total picture and always the entire story ~! Pictures being shown, are attention gotcha, use to draw your interest. The rest, the information, will help you decide. Where that information comes from is IMPORTANT to you, and it may not all be on the listing information! Having an agent will get you the missing pieces. Then when you actually view the property; have it inspected where everything begins to fall into place having a pre-approval letter or proof of funds ready for the seller’s hands. Sellers and Banks expect this information, before reviewing yours or any offers. Do not lose out by not having this or a Realtor® that is not the listing agent that serves the seller. Remember, the seller pays the commission!! You get to choose your Realtor®! And I want to be that Realtor”

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 19, 2013
You have to be working with a Realtor with MLS access....that is the only way to get valid information.
We can for sure help if you need....

jessemcgreevy@gmail.com
239-898-5329
http://www.Bonita-Estero-RealEstate.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Apr 18, 2013
Ed, the only REAL and accurate MLS comes with a Licensed Real Estate Broker...try our site. http://www.naplesrealestateguys.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Apr 18, 2013
Naples Real Estate Guys, thank you for your reply. But that simply leads to another vital question: If realtors want to make more sales in the internet savvy (and dependent) society we live in, why does the Real Estate Industry not allow viewing access to MLS? Thanks again for the reply.
Flag Thu Apr 18, 2013
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