How do you get the information about a home updated on your website. ie: you have my home as a 0bdrm and 2 bath and it is actually a 4 bdrm 3.5 bath

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answer by Pat Brasel    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
You can email, text or call your listing agent to let him/her know to update your information. If for some reason you do not hear from them call the listing office and asked for their Broker. Brokers can assist when the agent is away or can't get back with you right away.
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answer by Pat Brasel    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
You can call your listing agent and let her/him know it needs corrected on the MLS. If you don't hear from your agent you may call the office and speak to her Broker. Brokers are also willing to assist when the agent can't get right back with you.
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answer by Dianne Russell    |   Contact Me
You will need to contact your agent and have them check the MLS to see if the information is correct, if not your agent can change correct this. If information in MLS is correct, then the agent will need to work toward getting it changed for you.
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answer by Sam Heflin    |   Contact Me
Great question, Usually this information is supplied by the local MLS. If your house is currently on the market your Realtor needs to check the information that was supplied to the MLS. If your home is not currently on the market then the information was probably supplied by a secondary site. In that case if you will contact me I will work with you to get it corrected. If your home is not on the market and you would like for it to be, I can list it.
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answer by Jane Glover    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
You asked the right person--first please tell me your home address and I will check the info.
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