Brokers and agents who want to promote their listings on several high-end real estate websites have a new option — Listing-Feed.com.

Currently partnered with the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and the Boston Globe, Listing-Feed.com automatically syndicates subscribers’ listings to its partner sites directly from their multiple listing service (MLS) feeds.

Brokers and agents who want to promote their listings on several high-end real estate websites have a new option — Listing-Feed.com.

Currently partnered with the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and the Boston Globe, Listing-Feed.com automatically syndicates subscribers’ listings to its partner sites, directly from their multiple listing service (MLS) feeds.

Instead of having to manually upload listings and establish a billing relationship with each site, subscribers pay a flat monthly fee to Listing-Feed.com, which taps into the subscriber’s MLS feed and automatically pulls data on pricey homes and sends it on to the selected partner sites.

The service, which costs agents $149 per month to distribute an unlimited number of listings to the three sites, is planning to announce two more high-end distribution partners soon, said Listing-Feed.com founder and owner Jeremiah Poljacik.


Jeremiah Poljacik

The service is available to brokers, too, who can pay $649 per month to syndicate an unlimited number of listings from an unlimited number of agents.

Listing-Feed.com is a cheaper, simpler option for agents who want to advertise their listings on the firm’s partner sites, Poljacik said. By negotiating bulk contracts, the syndication platform offers agents access to these sites at a discounted rate, especially if they have lots of listings they want to place.

For example, advertising one listing on the New York Times website to be seen by audiences in the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut area costs agents $130 for 14 days (the cost drops to $75 per 14 days to reach audiences outside of the tri-state area).

"The Zillows and the Trulias of the world are not where the high-end buyers are looking," Poljacik said. "They’re looking at the Times."

Listing-Feed.com is hoping to be the syndication platform for the agents and brokers who want to reach them there, he said.

Listing-Feed.com, which is based in Portland, Maine and launched in February, is able to integrate with 300 MLSs nationwide and currently has "a couple dozen" customers who are syndicating less than a 1,000 listings, Poljacik said.

Show Comments Hide Comments

Comments

Sign up for Inman’s Morning Headlines
What you need to know to start your day with all the latest industry developments
Success!
Thank you for subscribing to Morning Headlines.
Back to top
×
Log in
If you created your account with Google or Facebook
Don't have an account?
Forgot your password?
No Problem

Simply enter the email address you used to create your account and click "Reset Password". You will receive additional instructions via email.

Forgot your username? If so please contact customer support at (510) 658-9252

Password Reset Confirmation

Password Reset Instructions have been sent to

Subscribe to The Weekender
Get the week's leading headlines delivered straight to your inbox.
Top headlines from around the real estate industry. Breaking news as it happens.
15 stories covering tech, special reports, video and opinion.
Unique features from hacker profiles to portal watch and video interviews.
Unique features from hacker profiles to portal watch and video interviews.
It looks like you’re already a Select Member!
To subscribe to exclusive newsletters, visit your email preferences in the account settings.
Up-to-the-minute news and interviews in your inbox, ticket discounts for Inman events and more
1-Step CheckoutPay with a credit card
By continuing, you agree to Inman’s Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

You will be charged . Your subscription will automatically renew for on . For more details on our payment terms and how to cancel, click here.

Interested in a group subscription?
Finish setting up your subscription