MLS & Associations

9 California MLSs set to use Move’s ‘deep-linking’ service to share listings

Members will have access to confidential info including offers of cooperation and compensation
Published on Feb 26, 2014 | Updated on Jun 4, 2014

With the number of multiple listing services participating in a reciprocal deep-linking service powered by realtor.com operator Move Inc. set to grow from two to nine, more than 47,000 real estate professionals in 19 California counties will soon be able to see confidential information about shared listings from the source MLS.Two MLSs -- MetroList Services Inc. and i-Tech MLS -- were on board in September when Move announced that it would provide the deep-linking service, powered by the company's "Find" search tool, to any California MLS.Today Move said four more MLSs have signed on to an "industry-first agreement" that gives members of participating California MLSs access to an additional layer of detail about shared listings data, including offers of cooperation and compensation, agent contact information, and showing details.Three more MLSs "have agreed in principle" to become part of the reciprocal "deep-linking" group, Move said."We are delighted to see the FIND d...

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