sorry new to zillow! can i request a viewing 8602506054

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  • November 16 2009 - Waterbury
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Yes, you can request a viewing from me. Sign in to 341 Bass Lane,    Senecaville, Ohio = Lake front property.

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  • November 19 2009
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Are you looking to see a property?  Address?
  • November 19 2009
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Not from the Zillow employees, nor from most of the people that post here.  Perhaps from the owner or a listing agent; or if listed, from any realtor that represents you that has access to the lockbox.

If the property in question is really for sale and indicated as such on Zillow, there will be a "contact" button on the Home information page for that property.  That is the simplest way to contact a representative regarding purchase issues.

Of course since you have the address, nothing is preventing you from writing a letter and putting it into the U.S. snail mail.

As for Multiple Listing numbers, they are useless on Zillow.  They are only of some relevance to those that pay for access to a local multiple listing service.  Most people really don't care at all what MLS number a property may have, nor what MLS number it may have had in the past.  Zillow Property Identification numbers (ZPID) are assigned arbitrarily by Zillow automatic software, and don't change.  They stay with the property once assigned.  Though some properties can have multiple ZPID numbers based on an idiosyncrasy of resolving incorrectly typed street addresses and autofeeds from other websites.
  • November 16 2009
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