Why ‘MLS of Choice’ isn’t much of a choice

How can we improve on it and make it the true foundation of cross-market insight?
  • If the one MLS doesn't have all the listings in the market the broker needs, brokers and agents feel that they have to belong to two — or more — MLSs.  

On the surface, it seems like a no-brainer that allowing brokers to choose where to get MLS services will be much, much better, but there are some growing doubts that the decision may not do what it was intended to.