When LoopNet says property has changed from Active to Off-Market, does it mean it's not for sale or not on MLS

I was interested in an apartment building, but now it says it's "off-market." Does that mean it's no longer for sale, or does that mean it's no longer listed on the MLS, and the seller is doing For Sale By Owner?
In General Area - Asked by Karen B. - May 8, 2017
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Flint C.
Scottsdale, AZ

LoopNet terms are created by LoopNet. If the broker has a signed listing, then LoopNet's terminology for status on this site can't change the written agreement between the broker and the seller, rather it just means that the LoopNet entry has not been updated within I think a 75 day window for updates on each property.

May 11, 2017
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