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Tue Feb 14, 2012
Alan May answered:
The MLS is a service run and operated by, and for, real estate agents. So you can't list on the MLS without being represented by an agent.

But there are limited service agencies, that will list you on your local MLS for a flat fee (often somewhere around $500.00 on up)... ... more
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Fri Dec 28, 2012
Marie Souza Team answered:
My daughter lived in the South End/Copley Area & loved it. Walk to Boylston & Newbury St. You could try a sublet to see if you like the area, since these are usually short term rentals. Try looking on Craigslist.
Good Luck!
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Mon Jul 29, 2013
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Wed Dec 17, 2008
Barbara LaRue answered:
Your home is showing cancelled in the MLS. If you have relisted it you need to contact your agent to be sure it is entered. If your home is not currently listed and you are looking for agents to represent you then you should interview local seller agents, myself among them. It is important for you to keep your property in the forefront, especially in today's market. Give me call or email me if you have further questions. ... more
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Wed Dec 17, 2008
Ann Marie Belair answered:
If there is currently a discrepancy in your homes listing you would need to contact your agent to change the error in MLS. Once the error is changed in MLS it will supply the new data to all of the feeds including Trulia. It is not instant and the old feed may linger! If it is an error in Public records only than you may need to contact your tax assessor to change the information.

Best wishes!
annmariebelair@comcast.net
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Sun Jan 13, 2013
Territory.com answered:
Look right here on trulia for crimes stats, scroll to bottom of page and click "crime":
http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/West_Roxbury-Massachusetts/

http://outside.in/West_Roxbury_Boston_MA/tags/crime

In terms of the value and proximity to areas of high value, the closer you get to brookline the better. Check out these examples:
http://www.territoryre.com/idx/listings/70722725/details.html

http://www.territoryre.com/idx/listings/70590111/details.html

Hope that helps!
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Wed Jan 9, 2008
Greg Kiely answered:
Dulce,

You're a real estate pro in West Rox, why don't you tell us? I know it's not Brookline or Newton, but I'd say as far as the national averages go, West Roxbury retains value pretty well for a neighborhood within the City of Boston. ... more
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