Hacker Connect January 16 in New York
An event for and by the real estate tech community

CALMLS, a statewide multiple listing service initiative in California, got the green light -- in the form of a $3 million line of credit -- from the California Association of Realtors to pursue the acquisition of one or more MLSs. Mike Silvas, CALMLS chairman and a broker in Napa, Calif., said Monday that CALMLS officials will continue in discussions with two MLSs, and a meeting is planned this week between a group representing one MLS and a subgroup of CALMLS. CALMLS is a nonprofit subsidiary of the statewide Realtor trade group that is intended to serve as either a data provider for those MLSs that continue operation or as a primary provider of MLS technology and data for those groups that choose to join. As envisioned, brokers and agents will gain access to statewide data thro...