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CoreLogic unveils a marketplace for real estate data

New tech gets agents closer to 'plug-and-play' tools
  • The new Trestle dashboard from CoreLogic will offer brokers, MLSs and tech companies a marketplace to purchase MLS and CoreLogic data.
  • Brokers and tech companies will be able to get a single data feed with standardized data from multiple MLSs to use in their agent tools and websites. Brokers will also be able to syndicate their own listing data.
  • Trestle will help MLSs earn non-dues revenue and manage their data contracts.

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Real estate agents and brokers are surrounded by data, but it often comes from a variety of sources, doesn't necessarily play well together, and lives in places where agents can't show it off to their clients. One of the largest real estate data companies in the nation may change that. In August, Irvine, California-based CoreLogic will launch what it has called a "data mart" for real estate data. The new software product, dubbed "Trestle," will function as a marketplace where brokers and technology companies will be able to request access to data from as many as 300 MLSs as well as several additional datasets offered by CoreLogic. "Whether you are a broker looking for unique content to give your website a competitive edge, a technology provider coding the next killer app, or a multiple listing organization supporting numerous subscribers and data relationships, Trestle by CoreLogic simplifies, unifies and transform the marketplace through which content is provided," the comp...