It depends on the BROKER!
If the broker is a member of the MLS, the possibly increases.
If the broker is willing to subject homeowner listing to misdirecting information found on Zillow and Truiloa, the possibly increases.
If the broker maintains that integrity of data, accurate, timely, comprehensive data supported by professionals who are held accountable for the data, you may find keeping your home OUT of aggregate websites but in the MLS (where the real buyers are) is the MOST responsible action.
Where does Trulia say they get their listing data? Listhub. Listhub imposes restrictions on what data can be corrected, therefore sustaining the misdirection and incorrect data that is rampant.
Real buyers, the ones who are serious and qualified to buy, get their actionalble data from the MLS...not aggregare websites.
Ask your agent or broker how many buyers who get al ltheir data from these sites actually buy. You will find the "Your home must be seen EVERYWHERE" is the mantra of folks who have something to sell.
Best of success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL