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Multiple Listing Service

  • A listing site is now adding properties that aren't even for sale yet.

  • The growth of off-market listings has prompted some real estate agents to speak out.

  • Now more than ever, it is important to identify how potential buyers are using new technology to find their dream home.

  • To understand the different obligations under the Code of Ethics and MLS rules, start by identifying whether an offer is accepted or not yet accepted with guidance from this REALTOR® magazine article.

  • Managing the risk of operating Web sites that allow third parties to display content requires not only sound business skills but also knowledge of the special laws that govern the application of liability to the operators of such sites.

  • The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® board of directors acknowledged the growing complexity of MLS technology issues by creating an MLS Technology and Emerging Issues Subcommittee that will anticipate and analyze MLS technology issues.

  • Even with the ubiquity of virtual and brokerage video tours, the traditional MLS caravan (where agents drive their own cars to visit listings in person en masse) is alive and well in many parts of the country. Some members say previewing properties in person is the best way to keep their finger on the pulse of the local real estate market.

  • Information on what MLS listing content is able to be protected

  • The National Association of REALTORS® offers resources to help facilitate the understanding and implementation of proper listing content management.