ListHub says 36 MLSs have joined its platform so far this year — more than came aboard in all of 2012

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ListHub may have lost the Austin Board of Realtors and North Alabama MLS as clients, but three dozen MLSs have signed on in 2013 to distribute their listings through the company's syndication platform -- more than came on board in all of 2012. With the addition of the 36 MLSs this year, more than 425 MLSs are managing syndication of listings to third-party sites like Zillow, Trulia and using the Move Inc.-owned platform, the company said. “We are extremely pleased with the continuing growth we have seen this year as a trusted provider of service to the industry,” said Luke Glass, general manager of ListHub, in a statement. North Alabama MLS stopped syndicating its listings through ListHub in September, taking charge of the process itself with technology from Atlanta-based Bridge Interactive Group (BIG). MLS officials said taking charge of the distribution of listings to third-party sites will allow them to more closely manage where listings end up, improve their ...