In something of an about-turn, the Combined Los Angeles/Westside MLS has signed an agreement to send a direct listing feed for its more than 14,000 agent and broker members to Trulia. Earlier this year, the multiple listing service, also known as The MLS/CLAW, became the first MLS in the country to delay its syndication feeds to third-party sites by 48 hours. The delay applied to the feed the MLS provided to Move Inc.-owned listing syndicator ListHub, which gives brokers the option of distributing listings they represent to more than 125 publisher websites. MLS/CLAW also delayed feeds it provided to realtor.com, which is operated by Move, and to the Los Angeles Times. But that experiment was short-lived. The majority of the MLS' brokers decided to send their listings to Trulia an...
Aug 12, 2014 by Inman
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