Checking My Google Alerts This Morning I saw a new listing come up in a subdivision my client was interested in. The only problem was that when I checked the MLS it did not come up. The pictures of this listing were amazing Remodeled kitchen and baths newer carpets and the price was also right. The only problem was it was not in the MLS under the subdivision we were looking for.If I had not had this subdivision in Google alerts I would not know it was avaliable .
I went back to my Google alerts and found the address that I found this morning . I then put it in as an address search instead. There it was in black and white .
The problem was it showed up in a totally different subdivision. My first instinct was to call the agent and alert him of the mistake .Then I thought twice .If you saw the address you would know it would be quite difficult to make this mistake . My question is was this a mistake ? Priced right new kitchen that looks amazing in the photo's the rest of the place looked awesome too.
If you are listing a property for sale should you know the name of the subdivision you are listing!
Especially if the name of the subdivision is part of the address!
What would you do ?
Would you call the agent and alert them that they made a mistake !
Lucky me that I have Google Alerts and my buyer will get to see a property she may not otherwise have seen
if you don't use Google alerts here is a great reason to start!
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