However, I do agree that Trulia might want to allow us (at least the ones that have registered on Trulia to be able to edit the lsting so
1) we can add our personal contact info, including the website and
2) we can make sure the information is up to date - since the feed may not come in regularly, the information can be outdated quickly. Allowing agent updates will be very beneficial.
If not, perhaps at least they can allow us to link the listing to our Trulia profile which will then have all Trulia related information about us.
Pam and Sylvia are basically correct here. Please note however that we are working to address these issues and I expect that you'll see some big improvements later this year.
I'm sorry to hear that you don't feel appreciated for your efforts here on Voices or the listing information you've provided to us. I'm obviously biased since I work here, but I'm amazed at how hard the Trulia team works to satisfy the needs of both the home-buyer and home-seller audience and real estate professionals as well. Keep telling us what you want and we'll do our best to deliver, but patience is required so that we can take time to develop ideas and make sure we offer the best products possible.
Sharon, if you happen to read this please follow the link we provide on our display of your listing to view additional photos and details. That's were the bath information is coming from and once it is corrected on that site it should update on Trulia automatically. If you find that this isn't the case then please flag the listing or email us so we can investigate the issue. Though we don't provide agents the ability to edit their listings at this time, we certainly want their listing information to be correct.
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