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 …

CoreLogic rolling out ‘first truly property-centric’ MLS platform

Real estate agents and brokers across the country will soon be able to search MLS listings and public records simultaneously. Michigan’s largest MLS, Realcomp II Ltd. will be the first multiple listing service to roll out a new platform with this featu…

Connecticut’s statewide MLS chooses CoreLogic’s Matrix with an eye on cooperation

The Connecticut Multiple Listing Service has chosen CoreLogic’s flagship MLS system, Matrix, to replace its current systems, a move the MLS hopes will leave the door open for future cooperation or consolidation with other MLSs in the state. The decision …

Connecticut MLS bails on plan to convert to CoreLogic’s Fusion platform

Citing a desire for better compatibility with the iPad and other tablet devices, Connecticut Multiple Listing Service has decided not to go ahead with a planned conversion to CoreLogic’s Fusion MLS and is looking for a new MLS platform. In …

WAV Group survey suggests more MLSs will be shopping for new platforms

More multiple listing services will be considering a new platform provider when their contract with their current vendor expires than in previous years, according to an annual survey from real estate consulting firm WAV Group. A preliminary release of …