Zillow Group recently announced that Zillow® and Trulia® will have a higher number of for-sale-by-agent listings on April 8, after their contracts with ListHub end, than ever before. Additionally, another 16 new MLS partners have signed agreements in the past week to send their listings directly to Zillow and Trulia.
“The team has been working incredibly quickly to bring new MLS partners to Zillow and Trulia,” says Errol Samuelson, Zillow Group chief industry development officer. “Come April 8, our listings will be more robust and accurate than ever before – a huge benefit for consumers and agents as we head into home selling season. This is a positive step forward for the industry, enabling brokers and agents to take complete control of their listings and decide exactly where they should be marketed. This also ensures that sellers have their homes marketed on the Internet sites with the largest consumer audience. The process of establishing new partnerships has been incredibly encouraging, and we continue to talk to MLSs across the country and sign new contracts every day.”
New partners include:
- Baldwin Multi-List, Inc. – Milledgeville GA
- Brazoria County MLS – Lake Jackson, Texas
- Central Missouri Board of REALTORS® – Marshall, Mo.
- Consolidated MLS, Inc. – Columbia, S.C.
- Fayetteville Regional MLS Association of REALTORS, Inc. – Fayetteville, N.C.
- Kanawha Valley Board of REALTORS – Charleston, W. Va.
- Kerrville Board of REALTORS – Kerrville, Texas
- MiRealSource, Inc. – Troy, Mich.
- Multiple Listing Service of Ulster County – Kingston, N.Y.
- Navarre Area Board of REALTORS – Navarre, Fla.
- Reelfoot Regional MLS – Union City, Tenn.
- South Central Wisconsin MLS Corporation – Madison, Wisc.
- South Padre Island Board of REALTORS, South Padre Island, Texas
- Southern Illinois Regional MLS – Collinsville, Ill.
- Superior Area Association of REALTORS, Inc. – Duluth, Minn.
- Western Kentucky Regional MLS Inc. – Benton, Ky.
For more information, visit www.zillow.com.