Thanks for bringing it up. However, I am a little confused by your question. I went and looked at the two links you provided, the one in Portland, TN for $79,900 has an address of 1031 Philip Dr. and the one in Nashville, TN for $46,000 has an address of 1625 16th Avenue H.
Looks like they are two distinct properties. So, unless I made a mistake looking at those two links, your point is not valid.- to give you the benefit of doubt, it could be that the agent found the mistake and corrected it.
For your information - technically speaking, , unless there are glitches in the system; most of the websites will not allow two different entries for one address - they usually have cross editing like that.
Secondly, sometimes when Realtors post property information on certain sites, the sites will automatically be populated to many other sites; some of the sites I use are so good that I don't even know how many potential sites my property actually get posted on. When there are information corrections or changes, some sites will pick up, some won't. This can be the other reason there might be potential inconsistency among sites for a specific property
Thirdly, as an Internet courtesy, I would never put a specific agents name and contact information on the post like you did. You obviously have his contact information, the right thing to do is to contact him directly and point out the errors.
This could just be a mistake (and in this case, turned out not to be true) and he could have changed that easily after one phone call from you;' and I am sure he would be grateful that you pointed it out.
I think that's why you are receiving objection from the agents here. However, I do agree with you, the could also point this out to you nicely.
We all have to learn our Internet manners, this goes a long way.
Thanks for bringing this up.