WASHINGTON — Make sure you have the rights to any listing content you — or your agents — enter into the MLS, real estate brokers. And be ready to license that content to your MLS. That’s the message from policy changes approved by the board of directors of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) today.
- Listing brokers must make sure they obtain the rights to any content they -- or their agents -- enter into the MLS, and may be required to license that content to the MLS.
- The NAR board of directors approved the policy change today.
- These policy changes go into effect immediately, and MLSs have 60 days to implement them.
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