when looking at the preforclosure listing I noticed it stated a listing date and an end date on this house what does this mean?

Asked by Segafour, Jersey City, NJ Thu Aug 12, 2010

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Deborah Madey, Agent, Brick, NJ
Fri Aug 13, 2010
An end date may refer to the end of the agreement between the real estate brokerage and the seller, or it could refer to the end of the time period the real estate brokerage placed a property on particular web site. Example: A broker may have a 6 month listing agreement with a seller, but that broker may place the property on "abc real estate property site" for 4 weeks, and renew the listing on that site after it expires. The reason for the short term is to increase accurate timely reporting of data for consumers. With each renewal of the posting online, appropriate or needed changes to prices, etc. can be made.
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Barry Shapiro, Agent, Camarillo, CA
Thu Aug 12, 2010
The listing date is the date the property is/was listed for sale. The end date is the current expiration date for the contract. Oftentimes, you are seeing only the delinquent amount, not the actual listed price.
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