A new technology system has emerged to help real estate brokers who want to be able to send their property listings to various Web sites where consumers are searching for real estate without having to re-enter data or deal with complicated data feeds.

Morgantown, W.V.-based Threewide Corp. has released ListHub, which enables brokers at participating multiple listing services to choose from a list of popular Internet marketing sites — such as Trulia and classified search-engine sites — that place their listings in front of home buyers searching online.

The company has announced partnerships with the Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS) of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., and the Traverse Area Association of Realtors in Northern Michigan. RMLS has about 17,000 members from 2,200 offices, while the Traverse Area association has about 850 MLS subscribers and 160 affiliate members.

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