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April 06, 2007

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David G from Zillow.com

Hey Tony, it's David from Zillow.

Please correct your post: no features have been turned off. Where did you heard that? Also -- please do read the comments to both posts you mentioned - both posters were rather confused about what we deployed but I think we managed to set the record straight.

Please try out this feature and then let us know what you think.

David

Tony Arko

David, Sorry about that. I have already corrected it. I searched for about 15 minutes to find out how to do it and couldn't find a logical path to the feature. I then assumed you had for some reason disabled it. I now have it figured out and have used it several times. My question is who is going to update the prices when they change? I'm not going to have time to follow it manually.

David G from Zillow.com

Thanks Tony, much appreciated.

To answer your question; unlike posted listings which rely solely on the listing agents for updates, any one of our site's 4 million visitors can update these for sale postings. So, there's a good chance that the community will do a better job of keeping them fresh than what a listing agent alone can.

socorro

thanks, atleast it is being clarified now.

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