seeking info. expirer mls listing - Posted by Tony

Posted by christine mendenhall on November 23, 2006 at 16:49:24:

I can only speak for my MLS, but here, it would stand for what number it was when it actually hit the MLS. So, in your example, your property would be the 303,066 property to hit the market this year. This could be unique to my market place, so you may want to check with a realtor in your area or consider calling your local MLS and asking them.

If you are looking for a copy of properties that have been on the market for more than 90 days, everyday, ask a realtor in your area to send you a daily hot sheet. They can easily set this up through their MLS and it will automatically email you.

Another suggestion, 90 days may or may not be the hit number you want in this market, Average days on the market in my area used to be 65, now we are upwards of 100. I would consider asking the agent what they are now seeing as the average days on the market and picking your number from there.


seeking info. expirer mls listing - Posted by Tony

Posted by Tony on November 23, 2006 at 15:37:45:

Good day to You1

Here’s my question, what I am doing is targeting listing that has
been on the MLS for 90 days or more. I was told that the mls# ID wll
answer this question. For example, mls# 06303066;
I know that the 06 is the year, but the other numbers I don’t know what
they are. Any asistance that you can offer would be helpful.