Jeanne Feenick, New Jersey, back again - the brochure is one of several promotional pieces that are generally available at the home - it is the combination of them that makes for a complete package. Usually a brochure is high on photos and features, but may lack the level of detail found on the MLS listing. I recommend a brochure without the price with a current listing tucked inside to capture price as well as full details. Seems to me that provides a clear presentation and solves the problems of suspected "trickery" or "deception" on the part of the listing agent, which incidentally I think is a silly assertion.
Other supporting documents that might be available at the home can be the Seller's Disclosure, a copy of the survey, community, school, transporation materials.
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