BAD DATA = FALSE RESULTS

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Consumers are constantly using the Internet to do research about planned purchases and that is particularly true for home buyers, but the accuracy of listing information is not guaranteed in most cases.
Popular consumer real estate listing sites such as Trulia, Redfin, and Zillow get their Listing Data from the Real Estate Industries Multiple Listing data bases i.e. www.mlslistings.com However, They are not regulated and do not keep the data up to date, typically updating every 7-9 days.
MLS Listings is a tightly regulated industry data base system which dynamically updates itself in real time 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
If you like flashy graphics and multiple advertisements/solicitations then stick with the Zillows of this world.
If you want accurate data with no adverts then your only source is your local MLS site. In my case that’s www.mlslistings.com.
You can easily find your local service by Googling “xxxxxmls”

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