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Homes.com Adds Nine Direct MLS Feeds

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Homes.com, an online real estate resource and leading provider of enterprise-level solutions for real estate professionals and brokerages, has added nine direct MLS feeds with over 135,000 listings to its website. The display agreement provides Homes.com with data from the following MLS organizations: Houston Association of REALTORS, California Regional MLS, MetroList Services (Sacramento area), Southland Regional Association of REALTORS (San Fernando Valley, Calif.), BAREIS (North San Francisco counties), MLSListings (Monterey to Silicon Valley), Intermountain MLS (Boise, Idaho), MLS Property Information Network (New England), and Midwest Real Estate Data (greater Chicago area).

“Homes.com is an industry partner with a deep commitment to creating connections between real estate professionals and consumers. We believe that this starts with a direct relationship with local MLSs,” said Brock MacLean, executive vice president of Homes.com. “Through agreements with these nine MLS organizations, more than 200,000 MLS members will now be able to leverage traffic from more than 12.5 million homebuyers who visit Homes.com monthly, better connecting their member agents and brokers with active consumers.”

The MLS agreements will provide more listing data on Homes.com, while improving the accuracy and generating higher quality leads for the more than 200,000 agents and brokers from participating MLSs.

Greg Manship, CEO of Intermountain MLS, noted that this improved accuracy was a driving factor in starting a relationship with Homes.com. “Intermountain MLS has started a direct relationship with Homes.com to help ensure listings from our area are timely and accurate,” said Manship. “This will give the consumers a better home buying experience which in turn will help drive business to our brokers and agents.”

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