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Leasebreak's Phil Horigan and REBNY's James Whelan (Linkedin, Facebook/REBNY, iStock)

REBNY to charge consumer sites for RLS feed

The Real Estate Board of New York will now charge consumer-facing portals $3,000 a year, or $250 a month, for its syndicated listing feed. The change comes after the trade organization began offering syndication...

REBNY to charge consumer sites for RLS feed
Compass CEO Robert Reffkin and REBNY president James Whelan (Getty; Whelan by Anuja Shakya; iStock)

REBNY slaps Compass with $250K fine

The Real Estate Board of New York has slapped Compass with a $250,000 fine for improperly going after its competitors’ exclusive listings. In an email to New York City agents, the trade group said...

REBNY slaps Compass with $250K fine
From left: Sandhya Espitia, John Canniffe and Jim Whelan (Linkedin, Whelan by Evan Gutierrez)

REBNY’s RLS chief bows out

The RLS is running without a head. John Canniffe, who joined the Real Estate Board of New York last year to run the residential listings service, has left the trade group for a new...

REBNY’s RLS chief bows out
StreetEasy's Matt Daimler (Credit: Dave Dugdale via Flickr)

StreetEasy follows REBNY in cutting days-on-market count

StreetEasy will strike its days-on-market clock from listings, the company told agents Sunday. The move comes after previously insisting...

StreetEasy follows REBNY in cutting days-on-market count
Clelia Warburg Peters and Brendan Fairbanks (Credit: Getty Images)

Tales of turmoil as REBNY picks Perchwell for RLS

The Real Estate Board of New York’s RLS Board has reached an agreement with venture-backed startup Perchwell to operate...

Tales of turmoil as REBNY picks Perchwell for RLS
OneKey MLS president Richard Haggerty (Credit: Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors)

OneKey MLS launches in NY with 47K listings

For years brokers in the New York metro area have longed for a multiple listings service. And now it’s launching 42,000 subscribers deep. Realtors in Westchester and Long Island last year agreed to merge...

OneKey MLS launches in NY with 47K listings
Has the RLS ship sailed?
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Has the RLS ship sailed?

When the Real Estate Board of New York flipped the switch on syndication — the technical term for blasting listings out to brokerages and consumer-facing websites — back in 2017, it promised to “drive...

Has the RLS ship sailed?

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