The National Association of Realtors is considering a proposed policy amendment this week that would require multiple listing services to provide data feeds to brokers wishing to use the data to create automated valuations of properties for clients -- and by extension, likely not allow listing brokers to opt out of including their data in such feeds. NAR has released the text for the policy proposal, which has raised thorny questions and some criticism from industry players, including a letter from an MLS exec saying the vast majority of the brokers in her state disagree with the proposal. The proposal was developed in part from input the trade group received from The Realty Alliance, a network of 60 or so large brokerages that says it represents more than 100,000 Realtors nationwid...
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