He serves as a member of the board of directors of the Greater Metro Multiple Listing System of the MetroTex Association of REALTORS.
What does MLS stand for?
MLS stands for Multiple Listing System
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- Multi-Layer Switching
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- Multifrequency Laser Sounding
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- Multimedia Learning System
- Multiple Levels of Security
- Multiple Listing Service (real estate)
Samples in periodicals archive:
There are currently seven properties listed for sale by EWM in Gables Estates on Multiple Listing System, with the most expensive being a 14,946-square-foot home with an asking price of $17.
Multiple listing systems provide access to some records that may lack desired information.
The Manhattan Multiple Listing Service was launched in October of 2002 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Manhattan Association of REALTORS[R], providing an easy-to-use, reliable multiple listing system that allows participants to enhance productivity and cooperate and co-broke under nationally recognized guidelines.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- Rapattoni Corporation, the nation's leader in management information software for real estate associations, this week announced an agreement with GlobeXplorer to provide all Rapattoni Multiple Listing System (MLS) customers with high quality, nationwide aerial photography at no additional charge.
Designed to complement the Multiple Listing System, Listingbook automates, tracks and analyzes client activities and then provides the platform for real estate professionals to collaborate, making buying or selling a home easier, more efficient and more enjoyable.
Jackson points to several complications of the Manhattan market that could cause outside appraisers to miss the mark in either direction, including the absence of a multiple listing system, the lack of fully disclosed financial information in co-op-owned buildings, and the vast fluctuation in prices between nearby properties that, due to their proximity and similarity on paper, would be considered "comparables" to somebody not familiar with the Manhattan market.
We convey our requirements by word of mouth in the community, through our professional contacts, by erecting signs on the buildings, and by posting ads in web based multiple listing systems such as CoStar and LoopNet.