Hi Karen,Sounds like you are frustrated with your house search. Your best bet in finding houses that are available and meet your criteria is to work with a good, experienced Realtor. By working with just one agent (instead of, for instance, contacting listing agents when you see a home you like on a website), you will be able to get up to the minute information on homes that fit your needs. Keep in mind information you see on various sites, Zillow included, is not updated as frequently (or at all) as the information which comes from the multiple listing services. That is why you want to work directly with one agent. Your area's MLS (Multiple Listing Service) likely has a system whereby, by establishing a connection with an agent, you can get updates, new listings, price changes, etc., the minute they hit the MLS. Find an agent - ask your friends if they can recommend someone, ask questions, talk to Realtors - then pick just one. Good luck with your search!
You can drag and drop them.
The owner of a listing, whether it be the homeowner or the Realtor, can make changes to listings. Be sure nno one has "claimed" your home. If someone has, you can report it and I believe, claim it back as the hhomeowner. All listings are "claimed" in good faith so no Realtor should claim a listing which they don't represent.
Go to your home listing, click on "edit" - one of the options is to add pictures.
Seller's agents has to do that. It will automatically happen when it has been reported through the multiple listing system.
If you are signed into your Zillow account you should be able to look at your listing from the listing owner's perspective. There is an edit menu to the right; it may appear to be grayed out but drag your mouse over it and it will become active. You can make different types of edits there including adding/changing photos.Good luck!Suzanne DingleyColdwell Banker Prime Properties
If you are signed into your Zillow account you should be able to look at your listing from the listing owner's perspective. There is an edit menu to the right; it may appear to be grayed out but drag your mouse over it and it will become active. One of the options is to change the listings location by dragging it on a map.Good luck!Suzanne DingleyColdwell Banker Prime Properties
You can go to the "edit" tab under your listing and change the status or cancel the listing. I believe that if you "cancel" it you will be given an option to either indicate that it is off the market or sold. Is your offer accepted? Do you think you may want to wait until it's closed before removing it?Good luck!
Is it being "advertised" as for sale, or not for sale? It will remain in the system's history as a previous sale. Are the pictures of the wrong house or simply the pictures taken before you purchased it? You can try claiming it as the owner and then removing it.
There really isn't a definitive way to search by school district - an unfortunate situation. You can, by using the "More" drop-drown for additional criteria, put the name of a school district in "Keywords". You will get matches provided the listing has the name of the district mentioned in the remarks - something to keep in mind for anyone who is posting a home for sale.