Yes, absolutely. Once your property is listed in the MLS, which is the ultimate system of record that we have control over, it will be syndicated to popular real estate websites such as Zillow, Realtor.com, Trulia, Redfin, and hundreds of others to increase the exposure of your property. You will not have to do any work, signup for a separate account, pay any additional fees, or otherwise take action to get your listing syndicated to third-party websites.
While syndication to third-party websites is oftentimes largely complete 24 hours following your listing being published on the MLS, syndication from the MLS to third-party websites takes place on different schedules, not in real-time (yet for many real estate websites it has become closer to real-time over the years), and Entry Only New England does not have direct control over these schedules.
While we do not advise FSBOs to “claim” their listing on websites like Zillow and/or Trulia, because it can sometimes cause delays in the syndication process, an entry only MLS listing eventually overwrites an existing claimed listing on Zillow and/or Trulia.
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