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W+R Studios announces RESO Web API compatibility with all Cloud Agent Suite products
Company will no longer accept RETS feeds for new MLS integrations. Cloud CMA and all other products in the Cloud Agent Suite now live with RESO Web API integration in ABOR's MLS June 4, 2019 (HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA) - Real estate software company, W+R Studios, announced compatibility with its Cloud Agent Suite line of products and the RESO Web API. The Cloud Agent Suite is the complete line of W+R Studios' popular software products for real estate professionals including Cloud CMA, Cloud Streams, Cloud MLX, and Cloud Attract. W+R Studios is an industry leader developing software solutions that leverage MLS data to improve and streamline fundamental real estate functions such as creating CMA reports, sending listing alerts, and searching the MLS. "We want to help move the industry forward," stated W+R Studios co-founder and CEO Greg Robertson. "This six month initiative has now borne fruit. We now have compatibility with the three major interfaces for the Web API, CoreLogic's Trestle, Zillow's Bridge Interactive and FBS' Spark platform. We are now live in production using the RESO Web API with the Austin MLS" continued Mr. Robertson. This recent milestone was first presented last month at the Real Estate Standards Organization's Spring Technology Summit held in Boise, ID. "By committing to this new standard, the team at W+R Studios has shown a tremendous amount of leadership," stated Sam DeBord, CEO of RESO. "Serving brokers, agents, and consumers with the best possible tools and insights requires the industry to continually upgrade its technology. W+R Studios is investing in RESO standards and lighting the path for others to follow." "While implementing RESO's Web API is a no-brainer for new vendors, existing vendors who have spent time, money and resources on platforms designed for RETS are going to be slower to adopt." stated Jon Druse, Engineering Director at W+R Studios. "We think by being one of the first not to accept new RETS feeds, we can push all vendors forward and help usher in the future." As part of this initiative, W+R Studios has partnered with RESO to provide open source libraries that vendors can use to help ease their transition to Web API. W+R Studios created a Ruby library for connecting to RESO WEB API Servers which can be found at https://github.com/wrstudios/reso_web_api. More libraries can be accessed at https://github.com/RESOStandards. For more information on W+R Studios and its products please visit http://wrstudios.com. About W+R Studio Founded in 2008, W+R Studios is a privately held web software company located in Huntington Beach, California. The company focuses on creating the next generation of web-based software solutions for the real estate industry. By providing a "less is more" approach to software design, elegant user interfaces, and using the latest in agile programming, W+R Studios' software applications are at the same time powerful, yet accessible to everyone. Co-founders Dan Woolley and Greg Robertson have over 26 years of experience each developing and marketing real estate software solutions.
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Three Leading MLSs -- CRMLS, MetroList and High Desert -- Achieve Platinum Certification for RESO Data Dictionary 1.6
New Features Include Accessibility, Showing Data, Saved Searches, Internet Tracking and More RALEIGH, NC--(Oct 12, 2017) - Leading the way for the more than 650 Multiple Listing Services (MLSs) in the nation that make the real estate market work by providing the data that fuels nearly 6 million home sales annually, three leading MLSs are among the first to be awarded RESO Data Dictionary 1.6 Platinum Certification, RESO's highest level of certification on the most recent version of the Data Dictionary Standard, the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) announced today. California Regional MLS (CRMLS), the nation's largest MLS, MetroList, the largest MLS in Northern California, and High Desert Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service (HDAR MLS) will bring the most advanced features of the RESO Data Dictionary to more than 100,000 Realtors® throughout California. The RESO Data Dictionary serves as the real estate industry's "Rosetta Stone" by creating a common language that allows real estate data to be more easily understood and shared across all technology systems. The recent 1.6 update released on August 4, 2017, is the largest in the history of the Data Dictionary and added hundreds of new data elements and expanded capabilities, including Accessibility, Showing Data, Saved Searches, Prospecting, Internet Tracking, Structure Types, standardized Universal Identification of Organizations and more. RESO Certifications verify that MLSs meet the proper industry standards and empower MLSs to improve the data they provide to their subscribers. "CRMLS is a proponent of reducing the costs associated with the creation of quality software solutions that benefit our membership," said Rob Larson, Chief Information Officer at CRMLS, which serves 85,000 subscribers, and who also Chairs the RESO Data Dictionary Workgroup. "We also recognize that standardized data improves understanding and reliability of MLS data, as it is utilized across the products and services used by our members. It is by way of our adoption of the RESO Data Dictionary not only in our RETS and API services, but also in our MLS systems that we are doing our part to deliver this promise of best in class solutions for our members." Larson notes that CRMLS technology, known as CRIB (California Regional Information Base), has long been the vehicle for its data share activities throughout California. He says that as the RESO Dictionary adoption has grown, CRMLS has realized a reduction in its setup costs, as well as an improved ease of understanding among data share partner's data. CRMLS is also experiencing greater consistency. "As the RESO Dictionary is being adopted throughout the industry, you can see a consistency in ancillary products, IDX sites, etc., that are now more closely matching our RESO Dictionary based MLS Listing Input, Search and Display," Larson added. Rapattoni, the MLS technology firm that helped both MetroList and High Desert Association of REALTORS® MLS achieve Platinum level Certification, drew praise from both its MLS partners. Rapattoni recently received RESO Web API Certification, which will enable all of Rapattoni's customers to receive RESO's most advanced data system that is replacing the widely-adopted RESTful (REpresentational State Transfer) technology in use by many industries today. Rick Trevino, Vice president, Information Technology, at MetroList and Chair of the RESO Payloads Workgroup, said, "We're continuing our leadership position with Rapattoni to support the Industry's innovation in establishing cutting-edge MLS system standards across all platforms. Being among the first MLSs to achieve RESO Data Dictionary 1.6 Platinum Certification demonstrates MetroList's commitment to advanced technology and setting the standard for accurate, state-of-the art data exchange protocols." MetroList has been at the forefront of achieving RESO certification since its inception, and was the first MLS organization in the country to receive the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) Data Dictionary 1.3 Certification in 2015. As the largest MLS in Northern California, MetroList acts as a seamless real estate information network serving more than 18,500 real estate professionals in seven counties: Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced and Yolo. High Desert had high praise for Rapattoni as well, and the benefits the highest RESO Certification will deliver. "Our goal is to provide the most advanced level of service and technology to our members and to the High Desert population that we serve -- this achievement helps us continue to meet this goal," said Karen Sanchez, President of HDAR. "We are very excited that our High Desert Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service has achieved the Platinum designation. Big thanks to our staff, our Realtor volunteers and Rapattoni, our MLS vendor, for their diligence and hard work." Jeremy Crawford, CEO of RESO, describes the achievements of these three California MLSs as "blazing a path for more of the best to follow," he said. "We keep improving the Data Dictionary to help brokers and agents build more business opportunities by providing more -- and much wanted information -- to consumers," said Crawford. "Being awarded the RESO Data Dictionary 1.6 Platinum Certification is a high honor, but more importantly, it will pave the way to unleashing the power of Big Data in real estate. CRMLS with MetroList and High Desert and their MLS technology partner Rapattoni are moving the market forward, and we hope more great MLSs will strive to achieve that same Platinum Certification." Next week the nearly sold-out RESO 2017 Fall Conference -- "Getting Down to Business Utilizing Data Standards" -- will be held in San Diego at The Pendry Hotel, October 17-19, 2017. More information, including registration details, can be found at https://www.reso.org/fall-mtg. About California Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRMLS) California Regional MLS is the nation's largest and most recognized subscriber-based MLS, dedicated to servicing over 85,000 real estate professionals from 32 Associations, 3 Boards of REALTORS® and 1 MLS. CRMLS is the industry powerhouse and thrives on providing the most relevant products and services to its subscribers. For more information on CRMLS, visit www.crmls.org. About MetroList Services, Inc. MetroList Services Inc. is the largest multiple listing service in Northern California, headquartered in Sacramento, the state's capital. Formed in 1985 by the Sacramento Association of REALTORS®, the Placer County Association of REALTORS® and the El Dorado County Association of REALTORS®, MetroList's ownership group has grown to include the Lodi Association of REALTORS®, the Yolo County Association of REALTORS®, and California Real Estate Brokers, Inc. MetroList acts as a seamless real estate information network serving more than 18,500 real estate professionals in seven counties: Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced and Yolo. About High Desert Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service (HDAR MLS) High Desert Association of REALTORS® MLS is owned and operated by the High Desert Association of REALTORS, whose original charter was May 22, 1948. Originally named Mojave Valley Board of REALTORS®, in 1958, it became the Victor Valley Board of REALTORS®. In 2014, the Victor Valley and Barstow Association of REALTORS® merged to form the new High Desert Association of REALTORS®. About Rapattoni Rapattoni Corporation has been serving the real estate industry for over 47 years. The company provides integrated products and services for real estate associations and MLS organizations, including an internet-based MLS and association management software, along with hosting and technical support for each product. Rapattoni's association management customers represent more than 80% of the nation's REALTORS®. Rapattoni's headquarters are in Simi Valley, California. About RESO The mission of the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) is to create and promote the adoption and utilization of standards that drive efficiency throughout the real estate industry. RESO was incorporated in November 2011 as an independent, not-for-profit trade organization that was previously a section of the National Association of REALTORS®. RESO has more than 730 active members, including NAR, multiple-listing services, real estate associations, brokerages and industry technology providers. For more information, visit www.reso.org. Contact RESO via email at [email protected]
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RESO Unveils Real Estate DataComp: $25,000 in Cash Prizes for Tech Start-Ups
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Rapattoni Goes Live With RESO Data Dictionary 1.5 Platinum For High Desert Association
SIMI VALLEY, Calif. – Rapattoni Corporation announced that the High Desert Association of REALTORS® (HDAOR) in Hesperia, California, was among the first two MLSs in the nation to achieve official Real Estate Standards Organization’s (RESO) Data Dictionary v1.5 Platinum certification. HDAOR currently serves approximately 2,200 members and has been a Rapattoni MLS customer since 2001. Rapattoni is one of only two MLS software platforms in the country to have implemented the 1.5 Platinum Version of the RESO Data Dictionary certification. The RESO Data Dictionary is known as the real estate industry’s “Rosetta Stone” as it standardizes real estate data so that it translates easily between MLSs, brokerages and software companies, allowing them to access data from different MLS systems in a standard format without having to create a unique mapping for each MLS. “We are thrilled to be among the first vendors to implement the Data Dictionary v1.5 standard at the Platinum level. RESO is an important organization in our industry, and their efforts to standardize data have been successful because of our customers, like High Desert Association of REALTORS®," said Brian Tepfer, executive vice president and chief technology officer at Rapattoni. "Our team is very proud of this accomplishment.” “I am so delighted with Rapattoni for working with High Desert to accomplish this," said Diane Smith, executive officer at HDAOR. "Rapattoni is the best with stellar service and support! Their dedicated staff made this all happen.” “It’s exciting to see the High Desert Association of REALTORS®, along with the hard work and assistance of their MLS technology partner Rapattoni, achieve the highest level of RESO Certification possible for the latest version of the Data Dictionary,” said Jeremy Crawford, CEO, RESO. “Collaboration is vital to the success of data standards, and is what’s needed to fuel innovation for future products and services for all HDAOR’s brokers and agents on the Rapattoni MLS platform.” About Rapattoni MLS Rapattoni MLS provides advanced features such as integrated GIS parcel mapping, an integrated member management and billing system, the industry's most advanced RETS 1.7.2 data exchange system with RESO Web API support and RESO Data Dictionary v1.5 Platinum certification, integrated aerial photography, a robust statistics and trends analysis package, and language translation. Rapattoni MLS is compatible with the Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome web browsers, can be run on PCs and Mac computers, and works seamlessly on popular smartphones and tablets with a native app available for iOS and Android devices. About Rapattoni Rapattoni Corporation has been serving the real estate industry for over 46 years. The company provides an array of integrated products and services for real estate associations and MLS organizations, including an internet-based MLS, association management software, and integrated website services, along with hosting and technical support for each product. Rapattoni's association management customers represent more than 80% of the nation's REALTORS®. Rapattoni's headquarters are in Simi Valley, California. About RESO The mission of the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) is to create and promote the adoption of standards that drive efficiency throughout the real estate industry. RESO incorporated in November 2011 as an independent, not-for-profit trade organization that was previously a section of the National Association of REALTORS®. The RESO has more than 650 active members, including NAR, multiple-listing services, real estate associations, brokerages and industry technology providers. For more information, visit reso.org. For more information, contact Rapattoni's sales department at (800) 722-7338 or visit the Rapattoni website at rapattoni.com.
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UtahRealEstate.com Becomes the First MLS to Achieve RESO 1.5 Data Dictionary Platinum Certification
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RESO Offers Free Web API Tools to Enable Rapid Real Estate Software Development
  Raleigh NC – Monday, March 13, 2017 – Real estate software developers will now be able to more rapidly deploy real estate software with the just released Web API client tool now available for free from the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO). Developed by RESO specifically for connecting to the hundreds of MLSs nationwide that have implemented RESO API Standards, the free software package includes the Web API client application itself, as well as the source code for the open source client software. "This marks the first in-house development by RESO of desktop client applications written with reusable code libraries that will help expedite the adoption, deployment and utilization of the real estate data in real-time," says Jeremy Crawford, CEO of RESO. Crawford noted that in the past, outside technology firms developed client software for accessing real estate data through RESO Standards. RESO's new in-house developed software capability adds significantly to the value of RESO membership and benefits the industry as a whole. "We've responded by providing what many RESO members have told us they need in order to develop and deploy real estate software that is dependent on real-time property data," adds Crawford. He explains that the new RESO Web API Reference Client is a desktop application written with reusable code libraries using .NET C# that allows rapid development of API client applications connecting to data sources leveraging RESO standards. There are multiple packages available, each including the full source code and the stand alone Reference Client that implements the code libraries. The different stand-alone code libraries can be used for rapid development in a custom application. The new offering from RESO is designed to save a software developer from dealing with the RESO Web API Specification and underlying OData, OAuth2 and OpenID Connect protocol details. By providing the client library pre-packaged and essentially a "plug and play" solution, it allows the application writer for the software to concentrate on the development of their application – instead of the underlying transport protocol. "That," adds Crawford, "saves the real estate technology developer time and money in the process." Crawford noted that RESO is committed to the evolution of RESO provided client software. "We invite community feedback as well as developer participation in our GitHub repository as this will help us consider future revisions and enhancements to client software to support our evolving RESO Web API Specifications and the needs of the development community in the industry," he added. About RESO The mission of the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) is to create and promote the adoption of standards that drive efficiency throughout the real estate industry. RESO incorporated in November 2011, as an independent, not-for-profit trade organization that was previously a section of the National Association of REALTORS®. RESO has more than 625 active members, including NAR, multiple-listing services, real estate associations, brokerages and industry technology providers. For more information, visit www.reso.org. Contact RESO via email at info[at]reso.org.
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MLSListings Wins the Gold & Platinum, First RESO Web API Certification in the U.S.
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Software Incubator Accelerates RESO Data Dictionary Compliance
MORRISVILLE, NC – April 5, 2016 - The real estate industry's Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) is launching a new automated data standard compliance testing platform and certification accelerator tool in partnership with the real estate big data tech company Software Incubator Inc. USA. Believed to be the first of its kind automated testing platform for Data Standards and Compliance for the real estate industry, the new service was specifically created for the RESO Data Dictionary, which is now available to more than 1,000,000 members of Multiple Listing Services (MLSs) nationwide. "This new accelerator testing platform will help rapid adoption of current and future data standards," says Jeremy Crawford, Executive Director of the nonprofit organization. "More than 770 MLS organizations will benefit from this innovation, providing cost savings and reducing their time to market as they can more rapidly test and then deploy new Data Dictionary standards." Crawford explained that the new platform will allow for "anonymous, guest, and vendor testing prior to submitting for certification" and that RESO staff will also be using this as a testing tool. RESO engaged Software Incubator Inc. to create this new testing tool. "REDataCloud APIs, which are offered through Innovation Incubator's PropMix, is going to be a huge for MLS and real estate software vendors," Crawford adds. "It allows MLSs to test against all levels of our Data Dictionary certification program, including bronze, silver, gold and platinum." Matt Kumar, CEO of Software Incubator Inc and Chairman of Innovation Incubator Inc notes that these new compliance test and verification tool simplifies the challenges around proactively addressing compliance gaps by providing powerful gap analysis and easy to follow and prescriptive remediation steps. "RESO is a game changer in the real estate industry, thanks to RESO's vision and leadership," said Matt Kumar CEO of Software Incubator Inc. "We are excited about the opportunities that will emerge as we partner with MLS firms. Software Incubator's goal is to play a key role in helping to transform real estate's ecosystem by helping to innovate and rapidly implement RESO standards globally." About RESO The mission of the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) is to create and promote the adoption of standards that drive efficiency throughout the real estate industry. RESO incorporated in November 2011, as an independent, not-for-profit trade organization that was previously a section of the National Association of REALTORS®. The RESO has more than 500 active members, including NAR, multiple-listing services, real estate associations, brokerages and industry technology providers. For more information, visit www.reso.org.
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California Regional MLS Achieves RESO Data Dictionary Platinum Certification
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Indunia.com announces the first Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) based data dictionary for the Indian Real Estate ecosystem
MANHASSET HILLS, N.Y., Oct. 29, 2015 -- Indunia.com, the big data and cognitive reasoning powered real estate marketplace for India, today announced the first Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) based Data Dictionary for the Indian Real Estate ecosystem. The company said the wide adoption of the RESO Data Dictionary will revolutionize the Indian real estate ecosystem, improving time to market, reducing cost, improving data accuracy, reliability and transparency as well as accelerate innovation. "The global sharing of RESO Data Dictionary standards that were built for U.S. and Canada now being adopted in the India market is a stunning breakthrough," said Jeremy Crawford, Executive Director, Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO). "The fact that RESO standards are traversing continents exemplifies how good our standards are. They are being adopted solely on the basis of their value to help improve real estate transactions. These efforts also solidify how the RESO Data Dictionary can help foster innovation worldwide," Crawford added. The adoption of the new RESO standards is designed to provide a level real estate playing field for everyone involved as the Indian Digital Real Estate is undergoing significant growing pains. Currently the same real estate data is unnecessarily being reprocessed multiple times by developers, brokers, listing sites and others in the real estate value chain; inventory remains in various formats, digital and non-digital, waiting to be processed into a transferable and usable format. The Indunia.com data standardization initiative, based on RESO data dictionary, will help transform the industry to overcome these challenges as everyone in the real estate eco-system will speak the same real estate language. "Real Estate Big Data standardization will be critical for successful growth of affordable housing, REITS, and Smart Cities", said Matt Kumar, co-founder of indunia.com and President and CEO of Software Incubator Inc. USA, a RESO Certified member. "Adopting RESO standards for the Indian market will help Digital India leapfrog other countries and pave the way for fact based cognitive decision making. We will be working very closely with CREDAI, NAR India, Builders Association of India and various listing sites to realize this vision." About Indunia.com Indunia, the next generation real estate marketplace, is a joint venture between SMC Global, one of the largest financial services company in India with presence in 2400 locations and 500 cities and Software Incubator Inc. a major real estate big data company in USA with 1000 person years of real estate experience. Rooted in consumer life cycle centric user experience design, real estate buyers and sellers experiences this marketplace by searching, learning, playing and getting recommendations about affordable housing and luxury projects/properties, agents/brokers, developers/builders and a variety of service providers such as lenders and arrangers.
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New Study on Web Scraping of Real Estate Websites Shows Serious Cause for Concern
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RMLS™ is Awarded RESO Data Dictionary Certification
PORTLAND, OR (August 10, 2015)—Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS™), the northwest's largest REALTOR®-owned multiple listing service, announced today that they are now in full compliance with the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) Data Dictionary version 1.3. RMLS™ is the fifth MLS in the United States to convert and certify against this rigorous set of standards. The RESO Data Dictionary has been dubbed the industry's 'Rosetta Stone' and serves as the real estate industry's standard for defining real estate listing data so that data gathered by hundreds of MLSs across the nation will eventually "speak" the same language" said Jeremy Crawford, Executive Director of RESO. Using a common standard will foster innovation and help create a "plug and play" environment, where REALTORS® could purchase software and use it with data from any MLS operating on the RESO standards. "Implementing a national set of data standards is vital to the real estate industry as a whole, saving time and money," RMLS™ President and CEO Kurt von Wasmuth said. "MLSs, vendors and other parties can develop single-product solutions that can be more easily implemented across the nation once more systems have been converted." About RMLS™ Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS™) is the northwest's largest REALTOR®-owned multiple listing service, serving approximately 11,800 real estate professionals in over 2,400 offices throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. RMLSweb, the RMLS™ database used by these REALTORS®, holds an archive of over 1.4 million real estate listings including around 25,700 active listings and over two million tax records. RMLS™ provides regional real estate data to REALTORS® and other parties through its monthly newsletter Market Action. About RESO Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) actively develops, adopts and implements open and accepted data standards and processes across all real estate transactions. RESO provides an environment for the development and implementation of data standards and processes that facilitate software innovation, ensures portability, eliminates redundancies and obtains maximum efficiencies for all parties participating in real estate transactions.
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Real Estate Brokerages Prepare for Big Changes in 2016
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MRED Continues to Meet the Standards
LISLE, Ill., April 13, 2015 -- Midwest Real Estate Data (MRED), Chicagoland's multiple listing service (MLS), has announced that the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) has certified MRED for RESO Data Dictionary 1.3. RESO is an organization that develops, adopts and implements open and accepted data standards and processes across all real estate transactions and provide an environment for the development and implementation of data standards and processes. RESO's Data Dictionary serves as the real estate industry's "Rosetta Stone" for real estate data. While hundreds of MLSs and other source providers gather data, the Data Dictionary ensures that each system "speaks" the same language. As MLSs across the industry adopt RESO standards, the industry will move towards an environment where real estate software becomes plug-and-play. Realtors® will be able to purchase off the shelf software and it will plug into any MLS that has implemented RESO standards. This is quite different than the state of the industry today, where it is extremely hard for new software to be used from one market to the next. It will be easier for real estate professionals to use MLS data in the products that they choose. They will have better options and the data that flows through their systems will be more accurate because the Data Dictionary negates the need for translation from one system to the next. RESO standards give more options and control to Realtors®. MRED's commitment to RESO is evidenced by being its first Charter Member and its continued participation in and support of data standardization efforts. These efforts are important to MRED customers, the real estate industry in general, and the consumer. MRED and other organizations that maintain these standards can more easily exchange information without degrading or losing data, resulting in more accuracy and less cost. New applications and services are developed because there is a wider audience to offer them to. dynaConnections, MRED's MLS vendor, also has a strong commitment to RESO. As another Charter Member of the organization, dynaConnections dedicates significant resources and time to remain on the front line of RESO initiatives. Technologists from both MRED and dynaConnections have worked closely to attain not only the Data Dictionary 1.3 certification but also to maintain MRED's Real Estate Transaction Standard (RETS) Server certification. "We're proud supporters of RESO and firm believers in the long-term power in its mission," said dynaConnections CEO, Tim Ford. "The organization is making great strides towards bettering the industry, and we're happy to contribute in any way possible." "I have a deep commitment to RESO, having served as its Board Chair for four years," said MRED President and CEO Rebecca Jensen. "RESO is important to me and to MRED. We will continue to support the setting of standards, and the providing of data and tools needed to meet the demands of real estate professionals and consumers alike." About MRED Midwest Real Estate Data (MRED) is the real estate data aggregator and distributor providing the Chicagoland multiple listing service (MLS) to nearly 40,000 brokers and appraisers and 8,000 offices. MRED serves Chicago and the surrounding "collar" counties and provides property information encompassing northern Illinois, southern Wisconsin and northwest Indiana. MRED delivers over twenty products and services to its customers, complementing connectMLS™, the top-rated MLS system in the country for two years running according to the WAV Group MLS Technology Survey. MRED is the 2013 Inman News Most Innovative MLS/Real Estate Trade Association, and for four consecutive years the MRED Help Desk has been identified as one of the best small business centers in the United States and Canada by BenchmarkPortal. For more information please visit MREDLLC.com. About dynaConnections Corporation and connectMLS™ dynaConnections Corporation is an Austin-based real estate software company that is renowned for constant innovation and dedication to service. Its flagship product, connectMLS™, is a patent-pending, one-of-a-kind multiple listing service solution that is second to none with millisecond response time and ease of access on all devices and web browsers. Rich embedded features and seamless integrations allow connectMLS to be an intuitive, all-in-one real estate transaction manager for both agents and clients. For over thirteen years, dynaConnections and the connectMLS solution have been continually exceeding all standards of what the real estate industry expects from an MLS provider. For more information, visit: www.dynaconnections.com.
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New RESO-Compliant Data Distribution Solution
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