real estate: Three SW Florida MLS Systems To Be Merged - Pros and Cons?
- 06/04/13 09:15 AM
I read in the Gulfshore Business Daily this morning that the presidents of Bonita Springs-Estero Association of Realtors, Cape Coral Multiple Listing Service Inc. and MLS of Naples Inc. signed an agreement to integrate their three MLS systems.
The merged platform is scheduled to go live in August at the earliest.
This affects over 7,000 real estate professionals in Southwest Florida.
Is this a big deal?
What are the pros and cons to these three databases becoming aggregated?
I am curious if there are any downsides to this or if it adversely affects anyone from either a consumer or business perspective. (0 comments)
During the real estate crash that began in 2007, many desperate homeowners scrambled to find a way out of their financial pickle. In yesterday’s DailyDollar we shared a real life lesson so that you don’t let your ex screw you with a quitclaim deed, no matter what.
What did you do with your tax refund this year?o Paid down my debto Stashed it in my savingso Shopping!o I didn’t get a refund this year
If you sign a quit claim deed, your credit could be tied up for years, especially if you quitclaim your ownership interest of the house or (2 comments)
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