Local and regional collections of for-sale property information that are separately maintained by dozens of multiple listing services in California would become available on a statewide basis to agents and brokers under a plan that is under consideration by the California Association of Realtors, and the group's leaders are also considering a more comprehensive plan to build a consolidated statewide MLS. Members of the association's board of directors, at a meeting earlier this month, approved an engineering effort that will map data fields from MLSs throughout the state and lay the groundwork for either of the two options: a statewide data aggregation service or unified MLS. During a meeting earlier this month, leaders for the state Realtor group approved up to $500,000 to suppor...
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