These are listings for properties that are for sale but are not posted on MLS (multiple listing services), which is the widely-used platform real estate agents use. There are many reasons why sellers choose to go off-market, including saving money on real estate fees, protecting privacy, or even gauging interest in their home before officially listing it on MLS.
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Zach Child is a recent graduate from the University of Washington with an interest in digital marketing strategy. At Sundae, Zach is part of the team that distributes editorial content across social channels and is responsible for the creation of visual content that helps grow Sundae’s brand.