The MIAMI Association of Realtors and Georgia’s First Multiple Listing Service (FMLS) announce a significant data-sharing agreement to provide real estate professionals with reciprocal access to regional property listings.
Benefits of Single Sign-On Capability
The partnership introduces a new single sign-on capability, enabling seamless access to both Matrix Multiple Listing Services (MLS) platforms. This streamlines workflow enhances efficiency, and expands market reach for nearly 125,000 real estate professionals.
Teresa King Kinney, CEO of MIAMI REALTORS®, expresses enthusiasm, highlighting how members can now access FMLS listings through a familiar single sign-on process. This consolidated access benefits agents and clients alike, providing a more comprehensive view of available properties.
Addressing Market Trends
The agreement comes amidst high demand for relocation and second-home purchases between Florida and Georgia markets. It enhances market exposure for members, responding to the growing trend and offering diverse property options and investment opportunities.
Jeremy Crawford, President and CEO of FMLS, emphasizes the importance of collaboration in the real estate industry. He challenges MLS executives to embrace neighboring markets, advocating for industry-wide cooperation and partnerships.
The data-sharing agreement between MIAMI Association of Realtors and Georgia’s FMLS fosters collaboration and efficiency among real estate professionals. By providing easier access to a wider range of property listings, this partnership better serves the evolving needs of buyers and sellers in South Florida and Georgia’s real estate markets.
Original Article By John Yellig- South Florida Agent Magazine