U.S. real estate agents typically publish the addresses for their properties, for example on Realtor or Zillow. However, they don't in Spain on, for example, sites like Idealista. At most they will list the street, or perhaps just the neighborhood. Further, I've been told by one agent that even when the streets are listed, they often list the correct neighborhood but the wrong street. (I've experienced this discrepancy a few times when visiting properties.) This makes weeding out properties before asking an agent for a viewing messier than it should be. My understanding is that this practice originates in a fear that listing addresses will result in agents poaching other agents' fees, or even in buyers evading agents and so their fees. I understand that argument, but understanding doesn't make searching for an investment any easier. I've tried working with agents to get better data on addresses, but without any luck. Does anyone have any idea how to get better information faster, or at least more efficiently? Thanks.