Your assumption is correct. Weichert has chosen to brand all the listings they provide to us and this will prevent you from adding your contact information to those listings. However it looks like some of your listings are not submitted to us by their franchise. You submitted the listing shown at the link below to us and it does display your contact information at the bottom of the page. If you can get Weichert to remove your other listings from the feed they send to us, you should be able to submit those to us in the same manner and brand them.
Signing up for Trulia Pro would also give you control over your listings and would prominently feature your photo and contact information at the top of each listing page.
Thanks again for your feedback. Let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.
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I know your pain here.
I am with same broker... That is why I will not use there web site contractor I use my own. It reverts the client to Weichert's site and the lead captures are lead network all over the pages. Unless you have a client that knows the navigations, but still who they gonna call ???, the 800 number lead network...!
Big argument with me thus far and no changes anytime soon.
We work hard and spend lots of money to brand ourselves and get it all taken away thru processes like this.and someone else gets the lead... They pay the split plus the referral fees...
don;t you think they should hand those leads out to the staff as part of the service we provide them as well?
I know the broker owns the lead but really why bother if they are taking it away with their advertising without any branding of ourselves who are working hard to get the listings.
You can get them back just need to be persistant.
So I have lost my direct communication link to interested buyers with my Trulia listings - not a good thing as far as I am concerned. This tilts the scale in favor of Zillow - please Trulia let me hear from you, I am helping you build your site through my active pariticipation in the Q&A - this is a real setback in service.
Thanks again for your response.
I think someone has claimed your listings as theirs... on Trulia
That's what it sounds like to me. Had a similar situation... The person claimed a listing that was not theirs...