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Our house is no longer on the MLS but it is still on Zillow - how do I get it off Zillow?

  • February 02 2012 - Bellevue
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Hello, I agree with David, start with your listing agent and that should solve the problem!
  • February 02 2012
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This was very helpful - thank you.
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Most likely the agent forgot to cancel a data feed.   Zillow does not sweep the MLSs, so most agents and brokers have separate data feeds that go to sites such as Zillow.

In order to identify the data feed for your property, open the home details page, scroll to the bottom and click on the blue listing website.  Request the agent remove it from that site (don't mention Zillow, mention the source).   Once it is removed, usually within 24 h but sometimes up to 72 h, the systems will refresh and your property will no longer be shown for sale.

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Contact your listing broker and have them remove the active listing from Zillow. 

Most of the time Zillow will sweep the MLS and when the status has been changed to a non-active status the system will make the change automatically.  However, some online sites may still be posting to Zillow the listing information.  Best place to start will be to speak to your listing broker.
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