You have my house for sale on your web site and it has the wrong price and what to know why? I can't sell it if you don't update.
It is 112 merrifield dr., locust, nc. You have it for $184000. The current price s $178500.
(0) | asked by: Joyce Boles | share | 59 months ago | Report
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Ms. Boles, Websites across the internet are very interconnected and automatically update every 24/48 hours from when the price is updated in the MLS. If you are on a site 2 or 3 steps from the MLS, it could take a week or more for the price change to register. Some have to be manually updated by your listing agent. Actually, there are some that never update once they pull the original listing post it seems like. Sometimes I get calls on listings that sold six months ago. Amazes me. Your Realtor is the best one to check on your listing online and update it. She/He should be able to give you an idea of how long that site will take to fix it. It's like a big sticky spider web. Mona
This issue should be easily resolved. Call it to the attention of the listing agent. You are correct that a lower price does attract more attention. Hope your property sells soon. Randy Mabry Hunter Homes Realty
Please call your listing agent. This is a problem that should be easily resolved. You are correct a lower price will attract more attention. Hope it sells soon. Randy Mabry Hunter Homrs Realty.
Hi Ms. Boles, Call your listing agent and they should be able to get this resolved pretty easily by contacting the technical people at this website. Hope this helps. Mark McRae RE/MAX Properties
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