I am not an agent, just the home-owner. I have it listed through MLS My home, so, I will contact my listing agent. THANKS
Now if you are seeing conflicting information is could that another agent is marketing it as well under the co-op agreement of the MLS. However, they should not be changing the price as that is not allowed.
My listings have always showed up automatically on Trulia. When you are entering the home on the MLS there is a section that asks include IDX if you select no I do not think the home will be sent to Real estate websites. If you selected yes and it is still not showing up you can just enter on Trulia manually through the submit listings button. Hope this helps.
We are currently not receiving any information on your listings with the specified MLS numbers. Trulia is a host site and does not "pull" listings from any site, including the MLS. Listings must be actively sent to Trulia by a feed source or agents may manually submit their listings. Some, but few, MLS offices syndicate listings to Trulia. Agents can check with their MLS office to see if they syndicate listings to Trulia.
Some brokers have their own feed source to syndicate listings to Trulia or they use other "aggregators" to send their listings to Trulia. Once a listing has been added to MLS, it may take 24-72 hours to appear on Trulia depending on the source and data cycles.
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