This is a fairly common question; one that is misconceived. In order for your property to show as zero (0) days on market, the address needs to be off of MLS for 90 days. However, since MLS retains all listing data for previously listed properties, the total days on market will show under the ‘property history’ feature. With this being said, waiting 90 days to reset the DOM meter makes little sense. Any reasonably intelligent and ethical buyer’s agent will do a historical search on MLS on behalf of their buyer client.
If your property is relisted on MLS before the 90-day mark, it will still show up on MLS as ‘new’ for a few days. This is what counts when marketing real estate to consumers doing home searches. If the buyer is serious, more often than not, before making an offer, they will look into the history of the property.
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