Timeline: Real estate’s Upstream project then and now

This timeline of events shows how the National Association of Realtor’s Upstream project has unfolded each step of the way …

What does Upstream have to show for itself?

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) is pouring $15 million into Upstream, an online platform designed to give real estate brokers more control over their data, including property listings. NAR has twice now allocated large chunks of Realtor dues to the project ($6 million in May 2015 and another $9 million in May 2017) …

Zillow Group’s Bridge Interactive vs. Upstream: A data management arms race?

Listings, listings, listings. Debates about where they go online, when, and in what form — plus who controls all of that — have fired up the real estate industry since the advent of the internet …

RPR beefs up agent training as Upstream enters next phase

Upstream will begin beta testing its platform sometime this year. To get agents and brokers up to speed, the company building the Upstream platform — Realtors Property Resource — has signed an agreement with a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Kansas As…

NAR and Upstream sign ‘revolutionary’ deal for broker database

A platform that aims to provide brokers with a single point of entry to manage property data and where it goes is a big step closer to reality today. The million-member National Association of Realtors and its subsidiary Realtors Property Resource (RPR…