Can you freely share info on a property that is listed on a public real estate site (if the property isn't yours) ?
- SlumlordLv 75 months agoBest answer
Yes, you should be able to, it is publicly available information.
- InLv 65 months ago
All property information is public information and is subject to disclosure or an FOIA request.
- linkus86Lv 75 months ago
When it is public information, absolutely.
- R PLv 75 months ago
As long as you are 100% sure it is part of the public records for that property, yes, you can share the info.
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- 5 months ago
Yes, it's public info.
- Steve DLv 75 months ago
Depends on what you are sharing an dhow. For example, assuming you are talking a public website run by a real estate company, they real estate agent owns the rights to the photos on the web site and you cannot share them without written permission (and you can certainly not share them on a web site that is monetized through ads). The info itself (i.e., square feet, etc.) tends to be common public knowledge and as such would have no copyright problems (that info can usually be found at a tax assessor's office, etc.).
- John DDLv 75 months ago
It depends. If it's confidential info you will be in trouble.