No. The reasons are:
- Most MLS' prohibit anyone but the owner, or someone with special power of attorney, from listing a property.
- Many Equitable Interest listings are technically already "Pending" if someone has an accepted offer that they have not closed on. We cannot list a property as "Active" where there is an accepted offer that has not closed.
If you can close on the property and become the owner of record, then we would be happy to list the property on the MLS for you for a flat fee.