CRS Data (Courthouse Retrieval System)


MLS Tax Suite

Empower your REALTORS® by adding the MLS Tax Suite as a membership benefit! For more than 30 years, the real estate community has depended on CRS Data for its ability to provide comprehensive and accurate property information.

CRS Data’s MLS Tax Suite provides customizable and comprehensive access to property records, prospecting tools, neighborhood comparables and extensive mapping layers to help real estate professionals optimize performance, increase revenue and enhance their clients’ experiences. Fueled by user feedback and backed by industry-leading customer support, CRS Data is constantly improving its tools and services to better meet the needs of the real estate community. 

Elevate your property intelligence with CRS Data’s MLS Tax Suite.  You'll discover:

  • All the property intelligence your members need delivered on an innovative, simplified platform
  • Continuous product enhancements
  • Seamless integration with your MLS system
  • Innovative customization options
  • Enhanced mapping layers
  • Multiple searching capabilities
  • Clean, dynamic interface that makes browsing property data easy and intuitive

Contact CRS Data today to learn more about the strategic value MLS Tax Suite can bring to your members.



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