What does YMD mean?

Looking at foreclosures & in the description most list - "last YMD with a date to follow. What does YMD mean?
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Heather Curtice
answer by Heather Curtice   
If it's Year Month Day, then why is there a price listed after it instead of a date? Example: Last Updated YMD $349,000 Found in the Home Details section of a pre-foreclosure.
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answer by Maria Bartolotta    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
YMD, in context with Real Estate Listings stands for YEAR, MONTH, DAY.
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answer by Dave Trojanowski    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
typically means year, month and day
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answer by Arleen Andalia    |   Contact Me
It means year month day. When a property is listed in the MLS agents see the entire days the property has been on the market , days on market as a lot, days on market any time it was listed regardless of how many agents listed, expired or sold, the system shows us a total combined days. Agents can see the entire days a property is on the market where buyers can see only how many days that particular property was active given that particular MLS number, which.. is what you are looking at. The Client Report is not showing you other information which is found in an Agent Report, like association fees, owners name, special remarks etc... There is items that display for no obvious reason like YMD. It is more important that you concentrate on the most important information like the year, construction type, age, price etc... Keep in mind when buying a foreclosure... make sure utility accounts are being paid at closing and it is written into your contract so you don't get stuck with water bills mounting into the thousands. There are other things you should be watching for so call me with any questions before you choose a Home. Best regards Arleen Faith Andalia
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answer by Rusty Zakraysek    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Typically it means year, month and date. But are you referring to "EMD" rather than YMD? If so, EMD means earnest money deposit.
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answer by Drake Bliss    |   Contact Me
I suppose it depends on the context of where you see YMD used? Here are some possible answers; Year Month Day - Used in relation with Real Estate? Yes My Dear - Used in a Text
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answer by Jo Henrion    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Typically YMD means Year, Month and Date.
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