How do I find out which real estate company listed a house that was on the market and than was recently taken?

Asked by Beverly Brown, Sun Jul 8, 2007

How do I go about finding the real estate company that listed a house for sale recently than removed it from the market? I know the house has not sold yet.

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J Lo, Home Buyer, California Glory, Brentwood, CA
Mon Jul 9, 2007
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Hi Beverly:
Contact the agent of your choice! There is a wealth of information open to real estate agents. Our job is to help you - the consumer find out all you need to know to determine the best home for you at the right price based on historical data in your neighborhood of choice.

You could be the buyer they missed! Properties are taken off the market for various reasons - it didn't sell at the asking price or close enough to warrant a sale. The house could just be getting a facelift and be placed back on the market as soon as renovations are competed. These and so many other factors could be happening!

If you are seriously interested - do some digging, you might just find what you've always dreamed of!
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Deborah Madey, Agent, Brick, NJ
Sun Jul 8, 2007
If you do not need to speak with the actual listing Broker for that property, any real estate agent in the area that is a member of your local MLS would be able to pull that info for you. An agent from another Broker's office might still be able to represent you if that was your preference. It would depend upon the terms of the listing agreement between the seller and the listing Broker, as well as the terms of the withdrawal. If you really need to reach to the listing Broker, you might try to reach out to the local MLS office and ask them to provide you that info.
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Don Bush Team, , Columbus, OH
Sun Jul 15, 2007
YOU NEED YOUR OWN REALTOR. D BUSH, KELLER WILLIAMS, CAPITAL APRTNERS REALTY
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Bruce Lynn, Agent, Coppell, TX
Mon Jul 9, 2007
Check with your agent. They'll be able to help you and help you write an offer.
Web Reference:  http://www.teamlynn.com
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