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The idea of advertising (here or anywhere else) is to attract as many people as possible with the goal of attracting the right buyer.The location of your home is too important to leave that detail out. I have many buyers who drive through the neighborhood before they make an appointment to see a home. When you shop on-line for an item, don't you want all the details? Price, availability, shipping charges, etc? Home buyers want that information too. If not to drive by, then to view the aerial photo.You are going to have to give your address if people call you anyway.Good luck.
Certain websites don't require an address. You'd be amazed how many people look for homes on websites such as Craigslist! I often market my listings on Craigslist and instead of an addresss, only put photos, the city, and my contact info. I have a great success with that.I hope this helps! Good luck selling your home and please feel free to contact me any time with questions!
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