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Zillow counts on a third party source for collecting and providing it information on home sales. When they screw up and zillow is made aware of it they are bound to ignore it out of some "We are blind" policy. I owned a home in Pennsylvania which has two street names associated with it; due to a road name change. So the same home is shown a block away from each other on the same road. Though they acknowledge it they ignore it as somehow then it is not construed as fudging the numbers... What a crock!!!! The home listed with question was last sold on 4-30-9 for $490,000 and yet they still show the sale from 2006... you can flag this for an error, but unless this third party finds it on their own it will never get fixed.... this is just wrong! So from my persepctive if they have a zero batting average on properties I have owned... what other errors are there... I bet lots of them. I am going to take a swag the third party is a kid who gets paid a dollar for each home he sends them from the realty transaction pages... he/she was probably drunk the weekend the report was listed for this so it never got filed... I had a friend in college who had a part time gig like this, and that is how it usually worked.So; "Does anyone know how much mis information this company puts on the web?"
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