Marketing Remarks Violation

Marketing Remarks Violation

Inserting agent or company information such as phone numbers, hyperlinks to websites(;; HUD, and/or are permissible), Talking Ads, email addresses, etc., or offers of compensation of any type in fields where the public might see them such as the “Marketing/Public Remarks” or “Direction” fields.

First Notice
Courtesy Notice
Second Notice
Third Notice
Fourth Notice
$100 and loss of MLS privileges until data is corrected

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