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MFRMLS matches RESO standard on its native MLS system

by Greg Robertson on May 2nd, 2018

MFRMLS Removes Non-Standard Data in Native MLS

“Very few people understand the difference between the data that is in the Native database of an MLS and the data that is shipped out of an MLS.

The Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) has created a Data Dictionary of fields and field enumerations for data being shared with brokers and technology providers. The Native data in the MLS – the data that the broker’s agent enters into the MLS system is custom to every MLS. Not anymore!

My Florida Regional MLS (MFRMLS) is among the first MLSs in the country to adopt the same RESO language in their Native MLS. Here’s why this is important.

Good article from Victor. I think this is a great example of leadership shown by Merri Jo and the rest of the MFRMLS staff.

From → MLS, RESO

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  1. RESO is extremely proud of the bar Merri Jo and her team has set for the industry embracing a true complete adoption of RESO Standards for the benefits they provide out to the MFRMLS Brokers, Agents and Technology Companies. In addition, MFRMLS has also been a leader along with CRMLS and other MLSs in funding translating the RESO Data Dictionary Standard Names into Spanish, further expanding the reach and impact of Standards!

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