Texas real estate saw a significant slowdown in market traffic once the COVID-19 pandemic arrived, but since then, indications of a rebound have emerged
by Lillian Dickerson Apr 14
Several MLSs are adding a 'Coming Soon' status for the first time as part of the rollout, while others are instituting weighty fines immediately
by Andrea V. Brambila Apr 1
The Houston Association of Realtors will also waive third-quarter MLS fees totaling more than $4M
by Andrea V. Brambila Mar 23
By using data in a smart way, agents and brokerages can increase profitability
by Inman Feb 15
The settlement comes 8 months after the Austin Board of Realtors accused CoreLogic of improperly selling data on sold homes
by Jim Dalrymple II Dec 30
It was a big year for MLSs — pocket listings, bombshell lawsuits and the relentless march of technology all dominated MLS news. Here are the most noteworthy trends
by Jim Dalrymple II Dec 16
The central Texas organization suggested that the current version of NAR's proposal isn't pro-consumer and violates ethics standards
by Jim Dalrymple II Oct 28
The real estate software vendor has fully embraced RESO Web API and will not accept new customer data sent using the Real Estate Transaction Standard (RETS)
by Andrea V. Brambila Jun 4
The MLS tech vendor's chief legal counsel Arnold Pinkston has taken a new job in the healthcare manufacturing industry, where he previously worked
by Jim Dalrymple II May 30
Austin Board of Realtors is demanding Travis Central Appraisal District destroy data it obtained from CoreLogic
by Patrick Kearns May 9
The Austin Board of Realtors believes its MLS vendor may have sold data to a local appraisal organization
by Patrick Kearns May 6
Find out what organizations nationwide are doing to use data to their advantage
by Inman Mar 14
Opinion
Why Austin Board of Realtors’ Emily Chenevert believes every association needs to evolve to survive
by Emily Chenevert Feb 7
Seventy photographers have joined since the debut of its Verified MLS Photography Partner Program in January
by Andrea V. Brambila Jun 1
Real estate agents in the Texas capital are relieved that the serial bombing saga appears to have concluded without more bloodshed, but aren't taking chances with safety
by Gill South Mar 21