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Display unlisted new homes and new-home communities; i.e., allow builders to input their listings
• Display unlisted rentals
• Obtain listings from entities that are not REALTOR® owned and controlled, as well as from brokers who are not REALTORS®
• Identify and flag properties where a notice of default has been recorded, auctions of distressed properties, short sales, foreclosures, and bank-owned properties. (Brokers will have the right to opt out by calling realtor.com® customer care).
New home page for easier to navigate screens.
Direct consumer for sale by owner properties fsbo's are still precluded.
I am sure that News Corp is working on it as we speak and changes will abound, and they will be interesting. It should not really impact those who work smart and practice the fundamentals in our opinion.
I'm sure they will always be refining their website Gabe, everyone should beware of corporate America's marketing by teaching us slogans like:
"So easy a caveman can do it."
they make it like everybody is supposed to know everything or they say:
"What, you live under a rock" mentality.
It is in direct response to the Trulia/Zillow monster that is more customer-friendly. One of the changes that is being made is that the prior sales will be more readily available, similar to trulia. Since it closed last month, I would think that the changes would already be in place. Unfortunately, I rarely go to realtor.com anymore. That used to be my go-to place for advertising and I spent much more time on realtor.org. Its lights have dimmed, and hopefully Murdoch's team will spice it up to be more competetive.
I think it will happen very, very soon.
It's still the same, isn't it?