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You've gotten good responses from my collegues - there is a status in the GSMLS called "US" - "under contract, continue to show". To the public, it appears active, an agent can see that it has a contract. To Mary's point, some buyers will not want to get involved if an accepted offer is in play, but the status is in place to allow you to acknowledge you are under contract, and continue to show.
If you do this, exercise care. I have also seens situations in which a good deal, with a qualified buyer has gone bad because the buyer was so rattled by the property continuing to be shown.
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You should be able to make the changes yourself under the "My Listings" tab and add your photos. I doubt any of the Trulia moderators will see this post and even if they do they won't know which listing you are talking about without providing the listing link. You should be able to make the necessary changes on your own.... more
Dual agents must always provide superior options to our sellers. We work in your best interest, so depending on the market, the offer and other details, a back up offer is a great form to manage the risk associated to your sale, especially if you have urgent time constraints to move forward with the sale.
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Judith Amorim Dias