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Brokers protest charging consumers for real estate data

Group asks MLS board to lift fees
Published on Aug 26, 2005

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Consumers would be outraged if they showed up at a car dealership and were told by the salesperson that they need to fork over a fee before they can look at the cars for sale. That's one of the arguments being made by a group of brokers and agents in Hampton Roads, Va., who are irate at their multiple listing service's decision to charge consumers to view home listings data.

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