I have a 2 Bedroom condo within 2 block of ucla, and it is not showing up in Trulia, even though it has been

Asked by Sandy Jesseph, Cumming, GA Wed Feb 13, 2008

in the MLS for a month, why please?

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Jodie Franci…, Agent, Studio City, CA
Fri Feb 15, 2008
Hi Sandra,

I'm not sure what other brokerages have a feed with Trulia, but Prudential California Realty does have a relationship and posts all of their listings on Trulia...it does take a few days for them to get posted. Good luck selling your condo!


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Emily Erekuff, Home Owner, Menifee, CA
Thu Feb 14, 2008
Hi Sandra,

Both of the answers below are right on. Your agent or broker can submit your listings to Trulia via the options Christopher mentioned below or at the link below.

Best Wishes,

Emily Gibson
Customer Service Representative
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Debbi Frolove, Agent, Beverly HIlls CA 90212, CA
Wed Feb 13, 2008
Hi Sandra- the 1st answer is correct. The local MLS does not automatically feed listings to Truilia.
Did you ask your agent before you signed him or her to represent you where your home will be marketed on the internet?
Debbi Frolove
Coldwell Banker
Beverly Hills
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Christopher…, Agent, Hemet, CA
Wed Feb 13, 2008
Just because it is on the MLS does not mean that it will ever appear on Trulia. The listing must be "fed" by you agent to Tulia or, fed trough syndication utilizing any number of sites already feeding to Trulia. Postlets.com is just one of them. The agent must manually enter the data to another site or, create a feed which is then uploaded to Trulia directly. Again, this is an additional step that must be done in addition to simple entry on the MLS.
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