Coming Soon Status

Dated: October 1 2021

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Must-know facts about Coming Soon status listings:

 

·      Showings are allowed

·      A property may only be in Coming Soon status for 30 days (before only 14 days)

·      The Listing/Co-Listing Agent can change the price and On-Market date

·      Available to all MLS subscribers via searches and hot sheets

·      Coming Soon listings are not syndicated

·      Coming Soon listings must have a Listing Agreement

·      Cooperation/compensation is required

·      Front exterior photo is not required

·      Coming Soon listings will automatically be placed in Active status on the 31st day

·      Coming Soon listings can be manually changed to Active earlier

·      A property may only be in Coming Soon status for 30 of every 45 calendar days

·      Days on Market (DOM) does not accumulate. DOM will start the first day the listing is Active

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Jeremy James Jack

Jeremy has been a top producing agent for over 20 years. Jeremy continues to expand his knowledge of the Real Estate market and the laws that govern each individual transaction by recently graduating ....

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