Where do your listings go?
IDX: Brokers may choose to market their
property listings in a number of ways.
The most common is through sharing the information with
other Brokers so all Brokers and Agents that choose to have
a consumer search may display the maximum number of
available on market properties. This is
referred to as "Internet Date Exchange" or "IDX".
Brokers displaying data through IDX or VOW (Virtual Office
Website) do so in accordance with NAR policy and NTREIS MLS
Rules and Regs. A broker that opts out of sharing
with other Brokers also loses the opportunity to display
other brokers' listings.
See all IDX options:
Displaying NTREIS Data
Syndication: Brokers may want to market
listings on numerous other websites not controlled by them,
but that are popular with consumers. Using a third
party service, it is possible to use a single entry
point to "syndicate" to numerous online publishers.
NTREIS partners with a third party, ListHub, owned by Move,
Inc. to make syndication easy for NTREIS Participants.
A Broker can opt out of syndication to other sites by
making that selection in the Matrix Office Participation
ListHub offers a free dashboard to further control which
sites can see your listings and to
get reports on listing views.
Setting up your ListHub
Distribution: Direct feed distribution is
used to send listing information to a single online
Publisher. NTREIS offers several direct
distribution options and a Broker can opt out of any of
these options in their Matrix Office Participation Panel.
Current options for direct distribution:
- Zillow - see more
- RPR - Realtor Property Resource is available to REALTOR members only and
NTREIS data is layered in for NTREIS Subscribers - access
from your MLS portal login.
- REALTOR.com -
see more info
- TexasRealEstate.com - a consumer facing website operated by the Texas
Association of REALTORS.