The nation's largest multiple listing service, California Regional MLS, has not given up on the idea of forming a statewide MLS in the Golden State and is making deals toward that end. CRMLS is the product of a 2010 merger of Pomona-based Multi-Regional Multiple Listing Service Inc. (MRMLS) with the California Association of Realtors’ calREDD MLS system. CalREDD, which was originally envisioned as a statewide MLS, mostly served small Realtor associations in Northern California. CAR retains an ownership stake in CRMLS, which doubled in size in 2011 in a merger with Anaheim-based SoCalMLS. "Our board of directors still believes in the idea of a single database for all of California," said CRMLS CEO Art Carter. "We're still actively going up and down the state trying to get othe...
MLS & Associations
Nov 26, 2013 by Andrea V. Brambila
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