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How can someone correct an incorrect sales price listing on Zillow?

4213 Bell St., Cincinnati, Ohio is incorrectly listed as being for sale for $14,900.  In fact, the property recently sold for $149,900.  How can that information be corrected and is the incorrect listing affecting the Zillow value of other neighborhood properties?
  • November 14 2010 - Norwood
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you can claim your listing ,then edit it ..
  • December 06 2010
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only the person that has claim to that property on Zillow can make the changes to the miss print.  A Zestimate is only a computer generated number and does not hold up against a CMA or an Appraisal. Good Luck!
  • November 15 2010
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At the moment, the property is listed as "pending" for $14,900 and does not show that is has sold.  The entry comes from the person who has the property listed (matt-tyson), and not yet  from public records.

When it is actually sold, closed and entered in public records, Zillow should pick up the correct sales price (I've seen this take from four weeks to six months, and sometimes longer).

The Asterisk by the $14,900 shows that it is not used in calculating the zestimate.
  • November 14 2010
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