Gulf Coast Multiple Listing Service Executes Data License Agreement with Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®)

Chicago, IL, 4/16/2015 – The Gulf Coast Multiple Listing Service (GCMLS) 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 GCMLS data to RPR’s national property database for integration to their 1,200 REALTOR® members.

“Our REALTOR® members are very excited about our partnership with RPR” according to Chad Fincher, Executive Director of the GCMLS. “They are looking forward to the abundant amount of resources and professional tools that a site like RPR can provide. This type of online information is vital for our membership to deliver accurate data that their customers expect in today’s fast paced real estate market. RPR raises the bar when it comes to the level of real estate service our members can offer!”

“RPR is very pleased with the support by the leadership of the GCMLS to license their local MLS listing data within the RPR Platform for their REALTOR® members,” says RPR CEO, Dale Ross. “With the launch of RPR Mobile™ in Q4 2014, GCMLS’s REALTOR® members will receive the benefit having their MLS data integrated within the full array of RPR’s features, tools and reports, right on their smartphones. RPR would like to thank the leadership of the GCMLS 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: http://rprblog.wpengine.com.

About GCMLS

GCMLS is operated by the Mobile Area Association of Realtors and serves over 1,200 members on the Alabama gulf coast.

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