Breaking boundaries in real estate data-sharing systems

California Realtors pursue broader property-information sharing across markets

Editor’s note: This is Part 1 of a two-part series looking at efforts to make MLS property information more widely available across market boundaries. Part 1 focuses on efforts within California, and Part 2 focuses on efforts in other states and regions. Read Part 2, “Connecticut real estate brokers push for statewide MLS.”

Change is coming throughout the vast and varied landscape of real estate databases in California.