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Realtors allowed to post sold prices — finally

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Sold prices to become public

Date: 09/27/2018 | Source: http://www.thestar.com

You should soon be able to access the sold prices of homes without having to pick up the phone. The Star reported, "The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) has turned on the sold data tap, officially allowing brokers to post the selling prices of homes on their password protected websites, it told its members on Tuesday. That means consumers should soon be able to access the selling prices of homes directly through a broker’s website, rather than calling a real estate agent." Hopefully this will increase transparency and decrease confusion! Click the link to read more about how they came to this decision.

Realtors allowed to post sold prices — finally

The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) has turned on the sold data tap, officially allowing brokers to post the selling prices of homes on their password protected websites, it told its members on Tuesday. That means consumers should soon be able to access the selling prices of homes directly through a broker’s website, rather than calling a real estate agent.

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