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Asked by Dana, Corinth, TX Wed Feb 27, 2008

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Sylvia Barry,…, Agent, Marin, CA
Wed Feb 27, 2008
You can, but do let your Realtor know what you are doing and make sure what you do adds value to the marketing of your home.

We had case where the seller put in the wrong information about the property and the agent got phone calls, was caught by surprise and had to undo the damage.

Sylvia
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Meredith Fau…, Agent, Natchez, MS
Thu Feb 28, 2008
You would not be violating your lisitng agreement by advertising yourself. However, surely you could discuss your desire for additional marketing with your Realtor and possibly have them take care of that for you. That's what we get paid to do! Also, you can advertise your property on owners.com and zillow.com at no charge and in addition to any marketing your Realtor is handling! Best wishes!
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