CRMLS To Bring RPR to Members

We continue to make huge strides in our mission to deliver RPR to NAR’s 1.1 million REALTOR® members. Today I’m excited to announce that California Regional Multiple Listings Service (CRMLS), representing over 32,000 REALTORS®, is the latest in a growing list of MLSs to bring RPR’s advanced web application to its members. This is exciting to us, as it continues to signal the importance of the incredible resource we’re creating here at RPR.

Recently when Art Carter, CEO of CRMLS, was asked about bringing RPR to his members; he explained that “CRMLS leadership is tasked with providing the highest level of service to its members. We decided to partner with RPR because we believe that now, more than ever, consumers need REALTORS® to help them navigate all the many sources of information and get expert advice on real estate property values and trends in this challenging market.” Art continues “The Mission of CRMLS is to deliver, through local member associations, the most affordable, reliable, and convenient listing technology service available, and to provide products and services that support REALTORS® in maximizing use of property data to achieve business goals. Partnering with RPR is an obvious continuation of this central mission.”

RPR by the numbers
Our latest numbers include 235 Signed MLS agreements; representing over 380,000 REALTORS®. Is your MLS on board yet? Check out this map to find out. The MLSs with red pins are LIVE on RPR. The blue pins represent an MLS signed agreements and scheduled launch dates. Yellow pins represent signed agreements that do not have a launch date set either because we’re still mapping data or haven’t yet been able to zero in on a date with MLS staff.

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  1. Jim Harrison
    Jim Harrison says:

    This is great news! Not only is CRMLS bringing this great service to their subscribers, but now with other CA MLS’s participating, the opportunity to collaborate between MLS’s has a new outlet as well.

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