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Third MLS flips switch on calREDD

Statewide MLS expects 11 Realtor associations to be live by April

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The California Association of Realtors' initiative to build a statewide multiple listing service, calREDD, once again has three Realtor associations contributing listings, with the Lake County Association of Realtors coming on board Monday.CalREDD launched on Aug. 17 with three participating Realtor associations: Fresno, Madera and Merced. The Fresno Association of Realtors pulled out of calREDD less than two weeks later, after members complained about problems with the software platform (see story).According to a CAR press release, 68 Realtor associations and MLSs representing more than 120,000 Realtors are moving forward with or have signed nonbinding letters of intent to participate in calREDD. A total of 11 Realtor associations are expected to be online by the end of April, according to a schedule posted on the calREDD site.Chico, Oroville and Paradise are scheduled to go live Jan. 25, followed by Amador and Yosemite in March, and Mariposa, Tehama and Plumas in April.Fresno has &qu...