I can’t be the only house shopper looking for homes in a semi-rural area that requires good internet access for remote working. And I highly doubt I’m the only one frustrated by the lack of any reliable method of determining what services/speeds are available at a given address. As internet access is a utility as vital as electricity and water for many people these days, why is it not customary/required to list this information when listing a home for sale as it is with other utilities?
Is MLS (a private company, I assume?) simply slow to make changes, or is this a ploy to force you to go through a realtor to determine this information? With more and more people working remote, this is a make-or-break feature for many folks.