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Why doesnt Zillow check the accuracy of foreclosure notices before listing them at their website?

My house was listed at Zillow.com as a bank owned foreclosure property.  I discovered this after 3 different people showed up at my door wanting to look at the property.  Even though Zillow obtained the information from Foreclosure.com, I think?, they did not verify the accuracy of the information.  If they had with my lender, bank, or Bexar county deed office they would see that my property is not listed with anyone as a foreclosure.  Getting the information secondhand is not an excuse.  I intend to pursue remedy through all legal recourse until this information is removed.
  • March 21 2011 - Heritage
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my payments were never late; mortgage, home equity, taxes, nothing!  there is no LisPendens, no trustee, no notice, no legal or administrative action pending, nothing!  They say they have no way of knowing where their information comes from or how to trace to it's source.  What a way to do business.  this company or website is sponsored by USAA, you have got to be kidding!
  • March 22 2011
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If you were late on payments and received a LisPendens, then a number of Internet sites get the information from the courts.  If you were never late or received a LisPendens then you probably have some recourse.
  • March 21 2011
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