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    Searching for homes online?  The problem you will encounter are those homes which appear to be for sale, but which are not.

    The Real Estate syndication websites do a great job at “converting” those of you who are searching for homes and real estate on their platforms. The “converting” has to do with them getting your personal and private information, your name, email address, phone number and physical address, all or in part, then selling it to lots of real estate agents.

    This will cause you heartburn and stress, as a result of your personal information being sold and the spam it will create.

    Santa Clarita homes only activeWe have had many clients which have fallen victim to these online real estate syndication website games. That is before they sat down with me to develop a real estate game plan, where I speak out about the Syndication Sites, their methods and how to keep safe by searching on SCVnest only.

    If you are seeing “other listings”, on any of the other real estate websites, which you are not seeing as being for sale on – you are being set up. The listing you are looking at on the “non” site, has been placed there to get you to give up who you are and it’s not reflective of the Board of Realtors Multiple Listing Service in Santa Clarita Valley and others in Southern California.

    Santa Clarita homes under contractOn this Santa Clarita Guide for homes and real estate, I specifically built this page to show you only the “active” real estate listings that are not under contract.

    This will show only those homes, condos and townhomes, located within the Santa Clarita Valley cities of Acton, Agua Dulce, Castaic, Canyon Country, Newhall, Valencia, Saugus and Stevenson Ranch, which are showing as being “ACTIVE” within the Board of Realtors Multiple Listing Service.

    The penalty for having a real estate listing, which is under contract, still showing active in the MLS is a fine for the Realtor who is representing the seller.  That is a great motivator to keep the agents on top of providing good data to

    As an aside, there is 48 hours allowed to the listing agent to update the status of a home for sale, when there is a change.  Most real estate agents do it within the first few hours so they do not cause dismay to their Fellow Top Producing Realtors. We are our own best enforcement mechanism and keep other Realtors straight when they are attempting to mislead the public.

    If you want to view the real estate listings which are currently under contract – meaning within escrow in the backup and pending statuses, we have that system in place for the “under contract listings in Santa Clarita Valley”.