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How to Search the Long Island MLS like an Agent

Craving the best real estate search information for Long Island, NY?


Your Problem:
You want to know how to search the MLS for access to Nassau County, Long Island, or Queens, NY real estate information, just like an agent.

If you are searching the internet independently for Long Island real estate listings then you are probably running into the following frustrations:

  • Fragmented searches on many different websites, none of which give you depth of information you are seeking.
  • Since information is spread between different brokerage sites, it is difficult to keep a convenient record of which properties you liked or didn’t like.
  • It is entirely too cumbersome to get additional information or schedule a showing for an interesting home without someone dedicated to helping you.
  • Submitting questions online and dealing with multiple agents is frustrating and ineffective. Listing agents are too busy or they think you’re not worth their time.
  • An agent for a given property is not obligated to you as the buyer. The seller is their client, not you!

The Solution:  A Buyer’s Agent + ListingBook
You need the best available information at your fingertips and an agent available as a professional resource to answer questions specific to your situation. I do that in association with a powerful and free website called ListingBook.com.

ListingBook puts the power of up-to-the-minute MLS searches at your fingertips and provides a single-source for all listings, communications, and recordkeeping with me as your buyer’s agent. ListingBook increases the breadth of your search across all MLS listings, just like an agent, and consolidates results in one place to save you time.

You are in control and are free to update your searches as you see fit.  Don’t be forced to rely on unresponsive agents for changes.

Also, with a free ListingBook account through me, I will be informed of the progress of your search and will be available to answer questions along the way. You will have access to a single agent as a dedicated resource.

After technology stops, the transaction begins, and that will always require the best people on your team.

Visit Andrew’s ListingBook page to learn more and to search the MLS with real-time information.


About Andrew Wilson

As a licensed architect, co-founder of [1016] Architecture in New York and Chicago, and a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson and Realtor with the New York office of RealEstate.com, I bring a unique perspective to the real estate purchase process and see often opportunities where others may not.

I have dedicated my professional life to learning as much as possible about the real estate market and the built environment. I am committed to sharing that knowledge with my clients through exceptional service.


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  1. April 6, 2010 at 9:44 pm

    Great solution, Andy. Is there an equivalent website for Chicago via Josh, or does LivingBook service Chicago as well?

  2. April 7, 2010 at 6:05 pm

    Brian,
    Yes, Josh is getting his ListingBook webpage set up as we speak. We will post back here when it is available.
    -Andy

  3. April 12, 2010 at 2:35 pm

    Check out this article to get in touch with Josh and to start searching the Chicago MLS like an agent.

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