RPR Announces 500,000 REALTORS® Milestone

Last week we reached another key milestone; partnering with 274 MLS representing over 500,000 REALTOR® members. We’re seeing a growing desire for markets to implement RPR, now that the application is live. Since January 1, 2011 RPR has executed contracts with MLS’s representing over 180,000 REALTOR® members. In March both MRIS representing over 46,000 members and CRMLS representing over 32,000 members, executed an RPR contracts, bringing RPRs coverage of the nation’s largest MLSs into greater focus.

More recently, MLS partners include TREND MLS representing over 32,000 members, REALTOR® Association of Greater Fort Lauderdale representing 7,300 members and Empire Access MLS representing 6,200 members, marking the total number of REALTORS®, represented by RPR contracts at 504,395 as of 5/6/11

“Since the launch of the RPR last fall, MLSs have continued to see high value in the RPR application for their members”, says Dale Ross, CEO of RPR. “The offer of robust data sets, analytics and reports all available through a nation-wide property database—at no charge to the members—is essential to our member’s success given today’s economic challenges. RPR saves Brokers and agents time and money, while giving them tremendous single source access to dynamic property information.”

RPR President Marty Frame said, “It’s gratifying to see that MLSs representing over half of the countries’ REALTORS® have voted to deliver the RPR to their members. New products and initiatives specially designed for NAR member segments such as the Broker Tool Sets, RPR Commercial, and the RPR Data Share platform for MLSs have proven to be a great benefit as we have begun to introduce them to members. We’ve worked hard to gain the confidence of the industry and it’s gratifying to see the response to RPR’s member benefit value proposition”

To learn more about our partner MLSs, please visit: blog.narrpr.com/rpr-partners. Please take into consideration that each map pin represents the MLS entity that signed an agreement. In some cases that might be a regional MLS that serves multiple cities.

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  1. Frank Busch
    Frank Busch says:

    Our current MLS in Connecticut is not a participant in the RPR as of this date. However, as a NAR paying dues member, any and all NAR paying dues members SHOULD HAVE ACCESS to this system regardless of whether or not the MLS is a participant or not. My NAR dues are being used to develop this and as such, we should have all the resources to help us do our job better made available to us.

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