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AGMag reports on Trulia."I just found a listing in Miami Beach that seems too good to be true, so I decided to call a reputable Realtor to see if it's real"As he described the house and gave me the North Bay Road address, I knew it was a multi-million dollar property.

I quickly looked it up on the MLS and this property is currently listed for $6.9 million, not $540,000 as the posting reads.The reporter writes that they have received "a lot of these calls lately.

It may not be necessarily Trulia's fault, but who should be responsible to monitoring the property listing accuracy.

Are the brokerages not providing accurate information? Or is the provided real estate information old?As one commentator writes under the story it could be one of the following three things.1.

MLS feed to Trulia is sending the wrong info.


Agent entered the wrong info on the MLS (unlikely).


Agent manually entered the listing on Trulia and put in the wrong price.In any case, Trulia should monitor it's results more closely if it wants home buyers to search for properties for sale and foreclosure houses at

On the other hand, do you expect the information appearing the links of Google's search results to be accurate or relevant?
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