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How an MLS slipped through NYC’s cracks
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How an MLS slipped through NYC’s cracks

It was like the meeting of the five families. In 2001, the dons of New York City’s residential brokerages all gathered to discuss whether they should band together to create a formal Multiple Listing...

How an MLS slipped through NYC’s cracks
From left: HomeServices of America CEO Gino Blefari, Keller Williams CEO Gary Keller, Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider, NAR president John Smaby and Re/Max CEO Adam Contos
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Class action cases over broker commissions pick up steam

Two class action antitrust lawsuits that threaten central tenets of the U.S. real estate business have now joined forces...

Class action cases over broker commissions pick up steam
Class action suit could change real estate commissions
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Class action suit could change real estate commissions

In what could be the most far-reaching antitrust lawsuit for the real estate market in decades, the National Association...

Class action suit could change real estate commissions
Compass joins nascent New York MLS

Compass joins nascent New York MLS

Compass is joining the nascent New York MLS amid the brokerage industry’s latest dustup with StreetEasy. The SoftBank-backed firm plans to announce today that its listings will appear on NewYorkMLS.com, a new multiple listing...

Compass joins nascent New York MLS

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