why are there multiple listings for the same address but different prices?

Asked by Dan, San Diego, CA Fri Jun 1, 2012

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John Reeves -…, Agent, San Diego, CA
Thu May 7, 2015
maybe some one scams your list , and its true maybe the other list is an old list.
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Joseph Sbran…, Agent, Yuba City, CA
Thu May 7, 2015
Could be a scam or could be one new listing and one old one.
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Janet McCart…, Agent, San Diego, CA
Sat Jun 2, 2012
If it was posted in the MLS as a range ( $400,000 to $425,000) the feeder sites ( Realtor.com, etc...) sometimes only post either the high number or the low number. If it is posted on Craigslist than the seller needs to change -up the price in order to be able to post multiple times.
That being said you have gained a lot of valuable information about the seller - he wants to sell and he is flexible on the price.
I would recommend that you consult a Realtor and get to work on setting up a buying plan so that you really know the values of houses and history of properties.
Janet McCarthy
Connect Realty
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Kevin Sander…, Agent, San Diego, CA
Fri Jun 1, 2012
Most likely a scam. Make sure you do not give any personal information over the internet.
This is more common than people realize.

Kevin Sanderlin
Keller Williams Realty
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Kaye Hopkins, Agent, San Diego, CA
Fri Jun 1, 2012
I believe that the house you're referring to is the same house as listed for $3,100/month (12007 Meriden Lane) which was listed by someone through postlets.com 6 days ago -- $1200/month is obviously a fraudulent listing and has been reported to Trulia. Last sold for $665,000 in 2008, there's no way it would ever be rented for $1200/month ... if you'd like help finding legitimate rentals, please let me know.

Kind regards,

Kaye L. Hopkins, Realtor DRE# 01397372
 Accredited Home-Staging Specialist [AHS]
 Certified Negotiation Expert [CNE]
McFadden Real Estate Services
 2307 Fenton Parkway, #77
 San Diego, CA 92108

 858-220-3110 [cellular]
 email: KLHIntl@aol.com
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Cindy Davis, Agent, San Diego, CA
Fri Jun 1, 2012
Chances are that different agent agents are inputting information at different times. One of the things that Trulia is not good at is dating their material. There is a lot of outdated information on it.
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