Is Your Realtor Showing You All Of The Real Estate Listings Available? Are there any benefits to viewing the MLS on your own before meeting with a real estate agent?
(PRWEB) May 16, 2005 — HouseValueQuotes.com offers MLS realty access to anyone searching for real estate for sale.
Residents of Cincinnati Ohio and Miami Florida are going crazy over free access to the Multiple List Service (MLS). For many years only real estate agents have had access to property for sale such as homes, land, commercial, and income listings. Many Real Estate experts predict that more then 75% of potential buyers use the internet to access property for sale. With tools such a www.HouseValueQuotes.com/pr.html, itâ€™s been really easy to search for Real Estate, right from the comfort of your own home.
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Many ask, why search for homes on your own? This gives you a great opportunity to go out there and see all the properties listed in your area. Many times your Real Estate Agent may only show you homes that are convenient. What I like to call an easy sell. Giving the public access to the MLS through websites such as www.HouseValueQuotes.com/pr.html enables you to view listing for sale anywhere in the nation.
Many Real Estate Agents will advise you not to use the internet to find MLS listings. Why? Often times the information can be outdated or incorrect. But what they forget to mention, is that there scared you will just buy directly from the seller. This is not always the case but often crosses Real Estate Agents minds when there clients have access to the MLS.
Real Estate quote â€œIf something is too good to be true, itâ€™s usually not true.â€?
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