CLARIFICATION: This article has been updated to clarify that CTMLS uses a third-party syndicator, ListHub, to assist brokers who want to send listings to sites other than Zillow, Realtor.com and Trulia.Connecticut's statewide multiple listing service will send participating brokers' listings directly to real estate information portal Zillow, the companies said.Listings provided to Zillow by Connecticut Multiple Listing Service Inc. (CTMLS) on a member opt-in basis will take priority over listings from other data sources such as third-party syndicators, the companies said. Brokers can still opt to provide their own listings to Zillow in a direct feed.CTMLS, which has about 11,000 members in 169 cities and towns throughout the state who represent more than 25,000 homes for sale, already syndicates listings directly to Realtor.com and Trulia.CEO Cameron Paine said CTMLS uses a third-party syndicator, ListHub, to assist brokers who want to send listings to sites other than Zillow, Realtor....
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