With new votes from the Boards of Directors of the Pasadena-Foothills Association of REALTORS® (PFAR) and the Palm Springs Regional Association of REALTORS®, along with a previously announced vote from Ventura County MLS, California Regional MLS (CRMLS) has announced it will become the first MLS to serve over 100,000 real estate professionals beginning January 2020.
CRMLS will offer its listing data, technology products and services, including compliance and licensing, training and seven-days-a-week customer support to members of each new Association.
These benefits are the same as those offered currently to CRMLS’ 98,000 users across the state of California. With the January 2020 addition of members from these Associations, CRMLS will reach over 100,000 real estate professional users.
“This is an unprecedented day for CRMLS,” says CRMLS CEO Art Carter. “It’s a huge honor to serve the nation’s largest MLS constituent of real estate professionals. I know everyone here is excited to start working with our new users in Ventura, Pasadena and Palm Springs.”
“I am excited for our subscribers and participants to take full advantage of the enhanced products, exceptional training, extended customer service hours and expanded MLS coverage area offered through CRMLS,” says Ventura County MLS CEO Wyndi Austin. “We value the partnership and look forward to collaborating to bring the very best to our subscribers and participants.”
“This year, our motto has been ‘Members First.’ The MLS is the most important resource for our members, and we have an obligation to provide them with the best support, tools and data. We strongly believe that collaborating with CRMLS to support our members is a win-win,” notes PFAR President Lisa Diaz.
“We’re looking forward to gaining access to everything CRMLS has to offer,” says Palm Springs Regional CEO Tricia Moore. “Our members deserve the best MLS solution on the market, and we’re confident that joining CRMLS is the right move.”
New users from all three Associations will have their MLS services transferred as of January 2020. All users currently on FBS’ Flexmls system will continue to use Flexmls.
For more information, please visit www.crmls.org.