CoreLogic® has converted the native Matrix™ multiple listing database of My Florida Regional MLS (MFRMLS) to the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) Data Dictionary format, completing a conversion for one the country’s largest MLSs, with 55,000 subscribers. MFRMLS uses CoreLogic’s Matrix multiple listing platform.
“MFRMLS is a highly progressive leader in the multiple listing space and the perfect partner for an ambitious project like this,” says Chris Bennett, executive leader of Real Estate Solutions for CoreLogic. “The conversion effort required an immense amount of teamwork and coordination with MFRMLS; many thanks to everyone who helped realize this remarkable achievement. There is a groundswell of interest in this type of conversion throughout the industry; our success with MFRMLS will serve as a blueprint for the others that follow.”
“Converting our native Matrix listing database to conform to the RESO Data Dictionary is a critical step in our plans to promote data portability, software innovation and greater efficiency for all our customers, technology partners and other stakeholders,” says Merri Jo Cowen, CEO of MFRMLS. “Working alongside CoreLogic, we are leading the charge to modernize the multiple listing industry. This is a historic conversion that will yield tremendous benefits for our subscribers and their clients for years to come.”
CoreLogic is an industry leader in assisting MLSs with RESO compliance. According to the company, if organizations do not want to undertake a native database conversion, Trestle™ can be a solution for distributing RESO platinum-certified data, managing contracts, billing data recipients, enhancing security, and more. Nearly 130 organizations representing more than half a million real estate professionals are RESO-certified through Trestle today.
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