Buyer pays for appraisel. It is an upfront cost.
I am unable to claim this listing to add or edit pictures, information and open house. The listing appears to be syndicated from another source. In the past I have been able to edit these. Please help. From: "Zillow" <email@example.com>To: <Superbroker@charter.net>Subject: We Accidentally Lost Your Listing Photo(s)Date: Tue, 18 Nov 2008 14:26:56 -0600To ensure you receive these e-mails, please add email.zillow.com to your e-mail address book.http://www.zillow.com?s_cid=emo-headerzillow-2007117_Lost_Listing_Photo_misc_usersHello,We're sorry to inform you that we have lost one or more of the photos that you posted on Zillow.com. A software error deleted some photos from a subset of homes. While that error has now been repaired, we were unfortunately unable to recover the photos. Please visit Zillow to upload the missing photos on the following home(s):http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/451-Kakkis-Dr--Unit-102-Long-Beach-CA-90803/21210760_zpidhttp://www.zillow.com/homedetails/451-Kakkis-Dr--Unit-102-Long-Beach-CA-90803/21210760_zpid
I post all of our listings on postlets and allow them to forward to Zillow. Most of our listings are showing up here 3 and 4 times from various sources (many of which I never posted on to begin with) Doesn't Zillow have any mechanism in place to check for duplicates? Updating listings is a very cumbersome process involving many screens. Since the listings need to be reconfirmed every seven days, couldn't you add a "reconfirm all my listings," or "reconfirm this listing." Allison and Susan Van Wig