Commercial listings on the MLS - for example, business opportunity, industrial buildings, etc - do not appear on websites such as redfin, realtor.com, zillow/trulia, as those websites deal in residential property and lots.
The MLS does not provide a comprehensive lists of the websites that it syndicates to, however you can typically know if your property appears on a given website based on:
- Does the website display MLS listings?, AND
- Does the website display commercial listings?
If the commercial property you are selling has the ability to be classified as residential, for example, if it is mixed-use, then for maximum marketing it would be best to use the appropriate residential classification available from the MLS (e.g. "residential income"). By doing that, the listing would appear on residential sites such as Zillow/Trulia, redfin, realtor.com, etc.
When you go to create your MLS listing on homecoin, our website will show you what property classifications are available for your local MLS and what each of the classifications means.
Does the MLS Syndicate to LoopNet?