How can I get my home listed on Homes.com.

I am selling it FSBO and it is on Realtor.com and also on MLS listing.
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There is a direct feed to this site from the MLS. If the broker that entered your home on the MLS opted out, it may not make it to this or other sites.
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answer by Kevin Monette   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
If it is on the MLS, more than likely it will be posting soon to this and other sites. If the agent you posted the MLS listing with, has a good personal website, it will blast to a ton of other websites and help get exposure to the buyers on the market. Good Luck.
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answer by Norberto Vignoli   |   Contact Me
I believe that most if not all listings posted on the Multiple Listing System (MLS) are also captured on the Homes database as well. Bear in mind that exposure in itself, although an important ingredient isn't enough to get a home sold. Pricing is also key. The price should reflect the condition, updates and features (or lack thereof) of the property as it compares with similar properties on the marketplace. Every month hundreds of properties on the MLS go off the market unsold (expire), which would have otherwise sold if priced appropriately. Happy Selling! Norberto Vignoli - Fairfax Realty
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answer by Keffer Realty Inc   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
You should contact the agent/brokerage that listed your home on the MLS, they should be able to assist you in putting your listing on this site as well.
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answer by George Creed   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
If it is in MRIS, I presume you have some type of limited agency agreement with a broker. If so please contact the brokerage/agent. If not, feel free to contact me.
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