Can the listing agent who sold a house put the sale price on Zillow without either the buyer's or seller's approval once it has closed?
SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney Answered 3 months ago | Contributor
Yes, they can: there is nothing inherently confidential or protected about the price you pay for a house and anyone who knows it may disclose or publish it any way, and in any place (or on any website) they choose.
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