On the MLS, yes it will be displayed for agents so they can contact you directly for showings. In some cases your broker may also be able to post your email address. On “public” websites, such as Realtor.com or Zillow.com, only the brokers contact information is allowed to be displayed. The reason for this is because the MLS has rules about what information is allowed to be syndicated to 3rd party websites. Neither you, nor your broker can do anything about this, and these rules are strictly enforced.
Articles in this section
- Can I list a Commercial Property on the MLS?
- How is the commission paid to a buyer’s agent?
- Are you a licensed real estate brokerage?
- Will my property be listed on the internet?
- Do I have to pay a commission to a buyer's agent?
- What happens when a buyer calls about our home?
- Will my contact information be displayed?
- Is your flat fee listing fee refundable?
- Why Should I Use a Flat Fee MLS Listing Service?