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

Editor's note: This story was updated on Oct. 4, 2012 to clarify that after MRIS requested and NAR approved funds to cover part of MRIS' legal expenses in the suit against NeighborCity, MRIS decided not to accept the funds. NAR and NorthstarMLS have declined to comment on whether NorthstarMLS has accepted, or will accept, similar financial support approved by NAR. The National Association of Realtors voted to cover a portion of the legal expenses incurred by two multiple listing services that have filed copyright lawsuits against real estate search portal and referral site NeighborCity. At its midyear meeting in Washington, D.C., NAR's board voted Saturday to provide Rockville, Md.-based Metropolitan Regional Information Services Inc. (MRIS) with up to $30,000 in legal assistance. ...