Why online house-hunting doesn't work (05 Jan 2004)
On one occasion, two weeks after we had seen new owners moving into a place we had spotted online, it was still on several websites. And an automated e-mail alert, our first after registering with a site, simply listed every property on the agent's database, regardless of the price range we'd specified.
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