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Tag Archives: MLS
I’m a principal REALTOR® member of my local board, but I also want access to MLS services from a neighboring board. Do I need to become a member of the neighboring board to get access to its MLS? No. Under … Continue reading
I saw a listing in the MLS that offered compensation for cooperating brokers of that MLS. The listing broker wrote in the agent remarks that the compensation offered would be reduced if the contract closed after a certain date. Does … Continue reading