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New syndication platform focused on high-end listings

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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...