This particular listing is a nice house. It has high ceilings, is all brick, has wood windows, 2800 sq. ft. of living space, hardwood floors, several acres, double oven, Jennaire stove-top and lots of other great features.
But in our MLS there is one photo. We can put in 12 pictures. When the agent was filling in the features, he/she put "see remarks" in 9 places. These places were for exterior, heating and air, kitchen equipment, lot, other rooms, road surface, roof, stories and utilities. When "see remarks" is used it should be explained in the remarks section. On this listing the remarks says, "Great home on the edge of town. Lots of potential; room to spread out. Lots of trees and a pond. Brand new hear and air."
We can upload documents to our MLS. Two sets of documents were uploaded. Both were for the property disclosure for a different property. With a listing like this you want to just shake your finger at the agent and say, "Get better! Review your listing. If the secretary put it in, make sure it is right and does a good job of showing off a great property!"