SAN DIMAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--California Regional MLS (CRMLS), the nation’s largest multiple listing service servicing more than 73,000 real estate professionals, has signed a data share agreement with California Desert Association of REALTORS® (CDAR).
CDAR and CRMLS will share listing information directly with each other and will import each other’s listing data into each respective MLS system. The data will begin flowing in approximately 2 months and reciprocal access into each system with be offered until the data share is completed. CDAR will join CLAW, CRISNet, iTech MLS and Palm Springs Association of REALTORS® in the CRMLS direct data share initiative.
“CRMLS has developed our own technology that allows us to provide data efficiently and cost effectively throughout the state of California, and we look forward to adding California Desert’s data into our database through this initiative,” said Art Carter, CEO of CRMLS.
Sharon Rogers, President of CDAR, notes, “This agreement assures members of our Desert Area MLS real time access to active and historical property listings of approximately 60,000 Real Estate Agents in areas surrounding the Coachella Valley.”
About California Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRMLS)
California Regional MLS is the nation’s largest Multiple Listing Service, providing premiere products and services to over 73,000 real estate professionals from 38 REALTOR® Associations. California Regional MLS, located in San Dimas, California, provides access to listing data throughout the State of California and is dedicated to making a real difference in the day-to-day business of real estate professionals. For more information on CRMLS visit www.crmls.org.
About California Desert Association of REALTORS®
The California Desert Association of REALTORS® (CDAR) is the trusted source for real estate and the protection of property rights. Their vision is to provide market information, products and services, standards of practice, education and advocacy for our Members and the public. For more information on CDAR visit www.cdaronline.org.