A pocket listing is an informal exclusive agreement (sometimes even without a contract) a seller has with one broker to show and sell his or her property for any time period the seller likes. The property is not listed in the MLS (multiple service listing), so no other brokers or real estate firms are aware of it unless notified. The address is often not shown on the listing broker’s website.
A pocket listing is a listing of property for sale that a real estate agent or broker advertises online or markets to his own clients before or without listing the home in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).Most MLS's require that brokers submit listings to the MLS promptly after the seller signs a listing agreement.
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Pocket listings are homes sold privately outside the quasi-public multiple listing service, which shares data with real estate websites like Realtor.com, Zillow and Redfin.
Pocket Listing: Any listing that is retained by a listing broker or salesperson who does not make the listing available to other brokers in the office or to other multiple listing system (MLS.
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