The Sequim MLS is full of data, thousands of photos, and many virtual tours. The mass of data can be confusing for buyers, because all listing agents do not enter data the same. Titles or fields are often completed differently. What one listing agent calls a water view, another agent would not. Some photos are great, and other photos are unclear, or they don’t accurately represent the property.
Sequim MLS Data
Most buyers find it frustrating after months of online searching, looking at different Sequim MLS sites, and digging through Zillow and Trulia and finding all kinds of sites through the search engines. I’ve written elsewhere that Zillow is full of inaccurate data, bad information, and often displays listings that were sold two years earlier. One of my listings that I sold for $770,000 was shown on Zillow as having a value of only $447,000. Many buyers are using Zillow and finding out that other Sequim MLS sites have different information. So after looking at hundreds of online properties in the Sequim MLS, how do you filter them with accurate information that will help you to create a short list of homes you want to view?
Sequim MLS Information Help
One Sequim real estate broker helps buyers filter and review online MLS information long before they even arrive. Many clients email me to ask if I am familiar with a particular listing, and I often have shown it and can talk about it in detail. Some clients email me asking about features that are not explained or they ask about more photos. I often go out to another agent’s listing to take those photos and share them with my clients. If you need help filtering properties online, use one Sequim MLS that is 100% reliable, and then email me for specific help on listings that you want to know more about. Use Sequim4Sale.com and email ChuckMarunde@gmail.com, your Sequim buyer’s agent. I can get you the information you want and answer all your questions.