I'm sure that most will agree that the MLS is an excellent place to market your home. However, I've recently learned that some agents do not enter all pertinent information about a property. Or more accurately, they do not check all the boxes. They do this to help certain features of a home stand out more (i.e., better marketing). Do you think this is good practice? Is it good representation?
To me, it seems like an extra step that wasn't willing to be taken. But I can also understand, somewhat, the argument of "trying not to cloud the waters" with too many features.
Granted, some things may be insignificant like whether curtains are included in the sale or not. I'll let you decide which items are worth checking. Here are a few of the check boxes that are frequently omitted (even if it applies):
- Heat source
- Included appliances
- Exterior/Siding Type
- Ammenities (pool, security systems, view)
- Porch/Patio type (open, covered, enclosed, etc.)