I changed the information for my home, Homes.com did not change ALL of the data. why?

The home was originally built with 5 bedrooms and 3 baths. The mainfloor bedroom is used currently as an office, but it has a walk-in closet and a mainfloor bath with shower.
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answer by Melinda Fernandez    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
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answer by Elizabeth Zornek    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
If the information on your home is not correct. Contact a Realtor and we can direct you as to steps you need to take to correct the issue. If your home is listed for sale your Realtor can correct the information in the MLS.
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answer by Rich Reed    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Is your home listed with a Realtor or are you checking under Home Values? Information is pulled from different sources such as MLS listings and public data. Your changes may be overwritten by the original source when the database refreshes. If the data is wrong with the County Assessor, it is a good idea to file a correction with them as soon as you can. A Realtor can help you. It can take some time for the assessor to update their records and the assessor records are often the source of public information. If your home is already listed with a Realtor, your Realtor can manually prevent the changes from being overwritten on this site.
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