What would you say if a large organization has just told you, “We want to sell your house. We really do! We just don’t want people to find your house on Google, Yahoo, or any other search engine of choice.” Would that make you happy?
Currently, the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors has decided that none of its members will be allowed to have their clients homes available for Google to find. That means that it violates the boards’ terms if buyers can find YOUR house on Google. It was a local issue at first, but when the National Association of Realtors came into the picture, they sided with MIBOR! That means that if we don’t right the ship right now, this policy can come to a board near you (read AAR)!
To read more about this subject, read http://agentgenius.com/?p=12261
If you like the idea of having Google find your house when you want it sold, write to CNiersbach@realtors.org