Industry trade groups, MLSs

Dale Stinton has served as CEO of National Association of Realtors since November 2005. Under his leadership, NAR has strived to stay at the forefront of technological change, forming a subsidiary, Realtors Property Resource LLC, to build a national, parcel-based database; funding a “Game Changer” program that provides grant funding to innovative Realtor association initiatives; and forming a venture capital fund, Second Century Ventures LLC, and a technology incubator, REach. Stinton serves as president of Second Century Ventures, an investor in REach, DocuSign Inc., ifbyphone, Xceligent, Move Inc., Sentrilock, ZipLogix, and, as of 2013, Symform. In November 2013, Stinton joined DocuSign’s board of directors. In July 2013, NAR approved historic changes to the realtor.com operating agreement, giving realtor.com operator Move Inc. more flexibility to publish listings from sources beyond those provided by Realtors, including additional new homes and rental properties, in an effort to boost the site’s market share among consumers.

Dale Stinton has served as CEO of National Association of Realtors since November 2005. Under his leadership, NAR has strived to stay at the forefront of technological change, forming a subsidiary, Realtors Property Resource LLC, to build a national, parcel-based database; funding a “Game Changer” program that provides grant funding to innovative Realtor association initiatives; and forming a venture capital fund, Second Century Ventures LLC, and a technology incubator, REach. Stinton serves as president of Second Century Ventures, an investor in REach, DocuSign Inc., ifbyphone, Xceligent, Move Inc., Sentrilock, ZipLogix, and, as of 2013, Symform. In November 2013, Stinton joined DocuSign’s board of directors. In July 2013, NAR approved historic changes to the realtor.com operating agreement, giving realtor.com operator Move Inc. more flexibility to publish listings from sources beyond those provided by Realtors, including additional new homes and rental properties, in an effort to boost the site’s market share among consumers.

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