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Griff, Home Buyer in Las Vega, Nevada

Other than the MLS, is there any tool for the average public to use to see when a property is no longer

Asked by Griff, Las Vega, Nevada Thu Apr 3, 2008

available or if fallen out of escrow and is back to being available. I use REALTOR.COM, but it is about a week or two behind in its update.

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Wow. Every client of mine at RE/MAX Integrity Realtors, that is buying a home here in Arizona, get an email every time a listing hits the market or prices change. I set my clients up with this to exact criteria and when one gets entered that fits, they are notified the next time ARMLS updates. It is a great way to be there first and handy when properties are going fast.
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I tag listings my clients are interested in and they are automatically notified as soon as a property expires, goes contingent etc. My advice, get yourself a Realtor that will keep you up to date on the market.
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I do have a realtor, but because I've been coming up a day late with every property I've been interested in, I want to take a more active role in the search, meaning I want to be notified immediately when a property falls out of escrow or when a new one is listed. I realize that I'm not my realtor's only client, therefore I want to be more proactive than reactive.
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Griff, if you're serious about buying I'd suggest you hire a Realtor. When a client of mine wants to know that kind of information I can flag it automatically and easily send it to him. I know Windermere has several offices in Las Vegas and someone would be delighted to help you.
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