FAQs: Multi-Class Listings

Last week, MLSListings announced our new process for Multi-Class listings. Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs):

What are the changes in the process?

Previously, if an agent wanted to list a property under more than one classification or type, they would need to call the MLSListings support center and have us manually do it for them for $50. Now, agents can create a Multi-Class listing on their own at no cost, and with no support center help required.

The primary and secondary class listings will be in sync for status changes. Status changes made to the primary class listing will automatically be updated on the secondary class listing.

When the property is sold, the secondary class listing will automatically be deleted. There will be no more cancelled listings.

Can I edit or manage each listing?

Yes, you can edit photos and remarks on each listing. Certain fields will be editable, but others will not.

For instance, you will not be able to change the status, compensation, APN, address, or other property characteristics.

Is there a limit on the number of classes?

Yes, there is a limit of two class listings – a primary and a secondary listing.

Three classes are currently eligible to be primary or secondary listings:

  • Residential
  • Residential Income
  • Residential Lots and Land

The classes available for the secondary listing are automatically governed by the application. If the class does not appear, it cannot be used in conjunction with the primary listing.

Will there be more classes or other changes available in the future?

We always welcome your feedback for future development of our product. To provide your input, please send an email to:

How do I enter a Multi-Class listing?

Entering a Multi-Class listing is quick and easy. For simple-to-follow instructions, watch this video.

What will the Multi-Class listing look like?

Here is an example of a Multi-Class listing in the Agent Full Report. Note the Multi-Class listing icon next to the MLS number:













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