Zillow steps it up


And may become the de facto National MLS. Greg at the Bloodhound has an extraordinary analysis.

1. The speed with which the real estate blogosphere has analyzed this is phenomenal.
2. Most real estate agents still have absolutely no clue about what Zillow is, or how it is going to change their business.
3. How can I upload my listings to Zillow?
4. Some of my previous thoughts on Zillow – what if Zillow is Right? Google and Zillow
5. How do I get a Zillow t-shirt?

They will get more accurate in Charlottesville.


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  4. Jim Duncan December 7, 2006 at 20:59

    From Zillow’s TOS:

    10. Real Estate Licenses. Zillow, Inc. is a licensed real estate broker in various states, but does not broker real estate transactions.

    I don’t think I am going too far out on a limb by suggesting that they could easily add “YET” to the end of this.

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  6. bozonian December 8, 2006 at 04:35

    I already put my house in there with a “Make me move” highball price.

  7. Jim Duncan December 8, 2006 at 08:07

    Greg Swann hits the nail on the head:

    General impressions: More agents seem to hate Realtor.com than fear Zillow.com.

    The rest of his analysis is cogent, articulate and logical. The above quote is a major “why” the time is right for Zillow.

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