Why would an address not be disclosed? Where would you search for a listing by #code as an example Mls # ????

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answer by Keith Bennett    |   Contact Me
That depends on where the add is. Many adds are geared so that you call the agent. The agent can tell you if the home will fit your needs better than looking at the add. Looking at the mls is good for educating you on what you get for you money in the area. A good agent can save you a ton of time in the entire home buying process. Get a good one on your side.
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answer by Amanda Nicodemus    |   Contact Me
You can go directly to Houston Association of Realtors website to look up by MLS#. Then you can see all the details. If you still have questions, call the agent directly.
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answer by Vickey Wachtel    |   Contact Me
Steven, If you have the mls# you can go to the HAR website and find the listing if it is in the Houston area. Searching through thousands of listings can be confusing and frustrating at times, a Realtor can help narrow down the search and save you time and effort. In most cases you pay nothing for the service of a Realtor so why not take advantage of their resources. Call if I can be of help.
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answer by Gregory Matthews    |   Contact Me
Steven, your best resource is a realtor. I would be happy to compile your list of wants and needs, then create a custom search just for you. The results of the search would be sent to you through a website 'portal'. And since all the information is coming directly from the MLS system, it is more accurate and up to date than any data you will find on one of these home search sites. Call me when you are ready to set this up.
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