Have you ever gone online to search for something and found that your results are so enormous that there is no way you could look at all of the results? I think we all have! In real estate, nothing could be truer. If you go onto Zillow, Realtor.com or similar and do a search in Orlando, you are going to receive thousands of homes. So, what do you do? You add more criteria! It may be something simple like adding a price range, but even that can result in too many homes to realistically view. So, you keep on adding criteria until you whittle down the results to something manageable and then choose your favorites from the results. Does this sound about right? Here is the problem with this approach: data input for the MLS system is tricky and laborious if done right.