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Almost all real estate websites that offer the ability to search brokerage listings use a data feed from the MLS called Internet Data Exchange (IDX) to pull in listing data. Depending on the number of sites tapping into your MLS, your listing could appear on hundreds of websites. We do not control the content of any of the websites listed below. updated October 29, 2007 & subject to change at any time Here are some examples of national websites by area that pull listings from the MLS:

  • Excite.com
  • Move.com
  • MSN.com
  • REALTOR.com
  • REMAX.com (in markets where they have an office)
  • ZipRealty.com (in markets where they have an office)
  • Yahoo.com / Prudential (in markets where they have an office)
  • Craigslist
  • Google Base
  • Trulia
  • Yahoo Classifieds
  • AOL Real Estate
  • Zillow
  • HomeGain
  • MLS.com
  • Lycos
  • Oodle
  • Hotpads
  • HomeSeekers
  • Listing Mania
  • Real-Estate.com
  • HouseFront
  • CondoQuickFind

Here are just a few examples of local media websites that pull listings from the MLS in their area:

  • AZCentral.com (Phoenix, Arizona)
  • Chron.com (Houston, Texas)
  • DallasNews.com (Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas)
  • DenverPost.com (Denver, Colorado)
  • LATimes.com (Los Angeles, California)
  • MySA.com (San Antonio, Texas)
  • RGJ.com (Reno, Nevada)
  • SignOnSanDiego.com (San Diego, California)
  • StarBulletin.com (Honolulu, Hawaii)
  • Tucson.com(Tucson, Arizona)

Here are just a few examples of local brokerage websites that pull listings from the MLS in their area:

  • BishopRealty.com (Payson, Arizona)
  • Boulderco.com (Boulder, Colorado)
  • C21MoneyWorld.com (Las Vegas, Nevada)
  • ColdwellBanker-Idaho.com (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho)
  • Ebby.com (Dallas, Texas)
  • Floberg.com (Billings, Montana)
  • LongRealty.com (Tucson, Arizona)
  • SantaFeSIR.com (Santa Fe, New Mexico)
  • TB.com (Spokane, Washington)

Additionally, here are just a few examples of local REALTOR® Boards or MLS's that have a public view portal. (Not all boards have this feature):

  • ABQREALTORS.com (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
  • AlaskaRealEstate.com (Anchorage, Alaska)
  • AustinHomeSearch.com (Austin, Texas)
  • HAR.com (Houston, Texas)
  • HavasuRealtors.com (Lake Havasu City, Arizona)
  • HICentral.com (Honolulu, Hawaii)
  • mlslistings.com (San Jose, California)
  • SFAR.com (Santa Fe, New Mexico)
  • TARMLS.com (Tucson, Arizona)

These are just examples. Your listing could literally show up at hundreds of other websites.


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