Clareity’s 2017 MLS satisfaction rankings: Would you choose your system again?

Even as new real estate gadgets are constantly introduced into the market, the MLS remains agents’ no. 1 technology tool. So when choosing whether to stay with a current system or make a change, how can MLS executives separate the best from the rest …

Google Maps powers new MLS system search tool

MLS systems aren’t known for being pretty. Real estate agents often complain that they should be as well-designed and easy-to-use as the websites and mobile apps offered to consumers by third-party listing search portals such as Zillow and realtor.com …

Why the MLS might be your best defense against Zillow

There are two immense and immediate problems in the real estate industry, and one near-future problem can be solved by the MLS systems acting as the market innovators. But the window of opportunity to execute is nearly closed, and once this opportunity…

CoreLogic pulls plug on mobile-unfriendly platforms

Your multiple listing service system may soon be as mobile as you are. The nation’s largest MLS vendor, CoreLogic, is retiring three of its five MLS systems, replacing them with its more mobile-friendly Matrix platform …

LPS, FBS platforms are tops in MLS survey

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