The state attorneys general who addressed attendees at the iOi Summit stressed the importance of tech companies, real estate, and the law all working together to foster the future of the American dream of homeownership.
After months of NAR fighting for the right for multiple listing services to obtain copyright for their databases, the U.S. Copyright Office appears poised to accept listing databases as copyrightable if they’re sufficiently creative. The association created materials, which were reviewed and approved by the agency, to help MLSs demonstrate that creativity.
There’s no shortage of issues faced by the hundreds of multiple listings services across the country. Here are a few of the ways MLS executives, agents, and brokers suggest the situation can be improved for all.
Agents across the country are getting emails and Facebook messages from a company called My State MLS offering discounted listing services. Learn why this is happening now and what you should consider when examining your options.