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I plead the Fifth on anything to do with Z. UGH......
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John McCormack, CRS
just a guess, but I'd say NOTHING about that situation would be "quick".... just as nothing on this platform is "quick".....
I try to go in in and edit the listing manually to make current again. I like to check my listings on these sites and make sure they are correct. Too often the feed does not give all the info all the time
If seller or agent have suffered material loss (no sale) contact your attorney.
Or seller should contact their attorney if their agent/broker/franchise did not disclosure the hazards and perils created when placing their homes data on non-professional websites.
I have not had the problem.
When you have the answer to these questions, please call me and let me know!
I email them.
It's Zillow - we have no control over it, I guess.
I tell people right up frot that zillow is NOT a Professional Real Estate site. I stress PROFESSIONAL!!!! As professionals we need to get on this NOW. We are Professionals and we need to stop making 3rd party sites rich by paying them for anything!
Jay T from Zillow Group here. First, Zillow does not "scrape" listings from MLSs. We get listings from those MLSs that choose to enter into an agreement to send them to us, if the listing broker elects to do so -- no "scraping" is involved.
You can manually edit the listing, flag it on the site, or send an email to ListingSupport@zillow.com or AgentServices@zillow.com. You might also want to alert your MLS so they can investigate the feed they are sending to ensure nothing is amiss.
I input all the listings I represent in Zillow.com myself, that way I control the listing, the information, etc.