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MLSListings Square Footage Policy

Recently, we have received some questions about the proper way to report a building’s square footage. The SqFt and Lot Size fields depicted below are those in question. When entering a property listing, the system will auto-populate the building’s Square Footage and Lot Size directly from the Realist public records data service. If the auto-populated […]

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Areas – Area Changes

Areas / Area Changes The area designations, boundaries and maps have been determined by the area creation process instituted by the shareholder member Association which serves the specific market area. They have been set and can be only changed by the process established by the shareholder member and their membership which serves the area. Properties […]

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Active Status? Pending Status?

When to Use One Status Over the Other What does “active status” mean? MLS rules require that for a property to be in “active status” it must meet certain critera: Must be available to be purchased Must have no accepted offers on the property Must be available to show and inspect MLSListings has received many complaints […]

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MLSListings Policy Statement – Change to Multi-class Policy

Effective immediately, MLSListings no longer will accept multi-class listings for Residential Lots and Land to be listed as SFR properties.

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Rules Overview Video: Save Time, Avoid Fines!

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MLSListings Data Use Policy

SCOPE OF DATA USE POLICY The purpose of this Data Use Policy is to state MLSListings’ full authority to manage and protect the MLS Compilation. It defines the circumstances under which MLS subscribers may use listings belonging to other brokers, and how and when MLS Content may be licensed to third parties. The Data Use […]

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Photo Upload – “Seller Prefers No Photo”

MLSListings requires that a photo be added to every property listing entered on the MLS. However, there may be a rare time a Seller does not want a photo published or the use of a photo is not applicable, such as a business opportunity with no real estate assets. If this is the case the […]

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Withdrawn or Cancelled?

Withdrawn v. Cancelled Properly recording a change in status of a listing is a critical part of maintaining the integrity of the information in the MLS. A common mistake regarding a listing’s status is the use of the Withdrawn and Cancelled status. Each has a specific purpose, and applying them incorrectly can cause problems right […]

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For Comps Only- Entering Property Sales as Comparables

Policies and Rules for entering listings for “Comps Only”

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Days on Market – DOM

The MLS calculates Days On Market (DOM) as the time a property has been available for sale on the MLS. The DOM calculation begins at time the property is listed on the service and continues while a valid listing agreement exists between the seller and their broker

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