For Sale by Owner Website Adds 'Report Incorrect Data' Link

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New incorrect data report function on the real estate search engine reports that they have added an easier way to report inaccurate data found within the website. For any page shows a link that reads "report incorrect data" and takes a user to a page to easily notify Fizber of the problem.

The " homes for sale by owner " website is built of thousands of pages, images and millions of property listings. Even the best controlling systems cannot always spot technology bugs, broken links, misspelled words, incorrect content, wrong address, etc. "Should you encounter an error in a document viewed on, we would be pleased if you report it to us by using this online form," says Julia Foster, PR Manager, "It would help us if you include the URL to the document page containing the error along with a general description."

The website gathers information from a variety of sources, including websites and Yellow pages Directories. In order to provide more complete and accurate property-related information and to establish a communications channel between administrators and users, a new function for reporting incorrectly displayed data has been added to the website, whereby users can immediately report any incorrectly displayed data to administrator, who will engage in confirming the data and making any necessary changes.

The website is working hard to incorporate more data sources to continue to improve their accuracy. "Although we can't promise to incorporate individual corrections at this time, we're keeping track of all inaccuracies brought to our attention".

Home owners can place a listing with Fizber and it will be posted to 70+ partner sites. This is a one-stop shop for yard signs, ad writing tips, home staging advice and more for the seller. For the buyer, Fizber provides city and school profiles, crime rate statistics, mortgage lenders and cost of living advice.

The blog focuses on various areas throughout the country and the forum provides users with an outlet to learn and teach others how to buy and sell without a real estate agent. The tools include integration with Microsoft Virtual Earth maps (a hybrid of streets and aerial photography), photos, and a means to contact the seller directly. You can also use Webcam to sell your home's features.

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