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MLS data-sharing effort adds 3 members

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The vendor for the California MLSAlliance, a real estate data-sharing system in California that pools property information from multiple listing service organizations across the state, announced this month that three more groups have joined the system, bringing the total to 15. The South Tahoe Association of Realtors, Coastal Mendocino Association of Realtors, and Lake County Association of Realtors are the latest additions to the group, according to an announcement by eNeighborhoods, a company that supplies technology for the platform. California MLSAlliance was created in August 2007 through an agreement among 10 MLSs serving 45 local real estate associations. Meanwhile, other separate MLS collaborative projects are proceeding in California. CALMLS (see Inman News), a subsidiary of the California Association of Realtors, has received nonbinding letters of intent from most of the MLSs in the state to participate in a statewide MLS effort that will feature a statewide prop...