Greater Alabama Multiple Listing Service (GALMLS) Executes Data License Agreement with Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®)

Chicago, IL, September, 2014 – The Greater Alabama Multiple Listing Service (GALMLS) announced today that it has executed a Data Content License agreement with Realtors Property Resource, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Association of REALTORS®, to license GALMLS data to RPR’s national property database for integration to their 3000+ REALTOR® members.

“Our subscribers deserve every opportunity to be successful in their businesses” said James Harwell, 2014 President of The Greater Alabama Multiple Listing Service. “Our desire is that this partnership with RPR will give subscribers the competitive edge they need to appear even more knowledgeable when working with their clients.”

“RPR is very pleased with the support by the leadership of GALMLS to integrate their local MLS listing data within the RPR Platform for their REALTOR® members, says RPR CEO, Dale Ross. “Since the launch of RPR’s Residential Application on 2010, RPR’s product offering has expanded to include additional features for REALTORS® including Broker Tool Sets, the RPR Commercial Platform, Sales Comparison Analysis features, Economic Area Reports, and more. RPR would like to thank the leadership and Directors of the Greater Alabama Multiple Listing service for their decision to bring RPR’s full functionality to their REALTOR® members.”

About RPR
Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®), a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Association of REALTORS®, is an exclusive online real estate database providing REALTORS® with the analytical power to help their clients make better informed decisions while increasing efficiency in the marketplace. For more information about RPR, visit:

The Greater Alabama Multiple Listing Service is the largest MLS in the State of Alabama serving over 3000 subscribers in 11 counties. If you are interesting in partnering towards success with GALMLS send your inquiry to

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