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My house is listed incorrectly. Wrong square footage

it is affecting my ability to sell. It also lists the wrong price. Please help to correct the listing. My realtor tried with no luck.
  • April 02 2011 - Norwalk
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Answers (2)

In addition to what Connie has said, you should also ensure that the Norwalk assessor's office has the correct information.  Their data being wrong could definitely throw off Zillow.

This is not legal advice and is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship.  The post is only an opinion.  You should speak to an attorney for further information.  The poster is licensed only in CT & NY.    If this post is useful to you, please remember to upvote it.

  • April 03 2011
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if it is listed with your Realtor they should be able to fix, it might be that the feed came from the realtor's office and they need to claim the listing before trying to edit it.  If that has been done then they need to look at their office site to see that the info there is correct and isn't over-writing their updates to zillow, if it's wrong on their office site or the MLS that's a far bigger problem than being wrong on zillow.

I am just assuming when you say "my Realtor"  that this is a person with whom you have listed your home and not that you have a fsbo listing and a Realtor working for you as a buyer.  if that's not the case, then who-ever paid for zillow to list it needs to edit the details.
  • April 02 2011
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