Premium placement of listing agents’ contact info at odds with who deserves consumer leads

Real estate agents, broker-owners and multiple listing services are rightfully concerned about two major issues when it comes to syndication to listing portals: data accuracy and an issue that has become known as “the three-headed monster.” Part 1 of this series outlined how data accuracy must be a concern for any agent or brokerage that syndicates their listings. The second concern is the “premium placement model.” …

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Agent dragged into fair housing lawsuit over listing he didn’t represent

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Buyers, there’s an optimal time to list your current homeread more

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Buyers, there’s an optimal time to list your current homeread more

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Know risks before hiring out-of-area agent

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