Public Searches to Include Most of Southern California

Published: December 4, 2007

<p align="center"><strong>Public Searches to Include Most of Southern California</strong></p><br /><p>As of Monday, December 3, 2007 the MRMLS IDX/IDF frameable solution/<em>Public Property Search</em> will be expanded to provide listings throughout most of Southern California.</p><br />
<p>Agents and brokers can offer property searches on their websites by framing the MRMLS <em>Public Property Search</em>. This frameable solution allows you to place an area on your website that is powered by the MRMLS <em>Public Property Search</em>. Currently, the <em>Public Property Search</em> only covers MRMLS listings, but after December 3rd, properties from other participating Southern California MLSs (listed below) will also be added.</p><br />
<p align="center"><img src="http://www.SRCAR.org/images/random/20071204/itech.jpg" width="95" height="67" /> <img src="http://www.SRCAR.org/images/random/20071204/mls.jpg" width="94" height="35" /> <img src="http://www.SRCAR.org/images/random/20071204/mrmls.gif" width="167" height="43" /> <img src="http://www.SRCAR.org/images/random/20071204/socal.png" width="92" height="89" /> <img src="http://www.SRCAR.org/images/random/20071204/southland.png" width="141" height="77" /> </p><br />
<p>Participating MLSs:</p><br />
<ul><br />
<li>Combined L.A./Westside Multiple Listing Service (Covers Beverly Hills and the Westside)</li><br />
<li>Greater South Bay Regional Multiple Listing Service (Joining MRMLS 2/4/2008)</li><br />
<li>iTech Multiple Listing Service (Covers Glendale and Pasadena)</li><br />
<li>Multi-Regional Multiple Listing Service</li><br />
<li>SoCal Multiple Listing Service (Covers Orange County and Beach Areas)</li><br />
<li>Southland Regional Multiple Listing Service (Covers the San Fernando Valley)</li><br />
</ul><br />
<p>Question: <em>Will I have to do anything to receive the additional listings from other MLSs? </em><br /><br />
Answer: No, our vendor will automatically aggregate listings from all the MLSs and deliver them in a single data feed.<br /><br />
Question: <em>How do get IDX/IDF on my website?</em><br /><br />
Answer: Follow these steps:</p><br />
<ul><br />
<ul><br />
<li>Go to <a href="http://www.imrmls.com/support">www.imrmls.com/support</a> </li><br />
<li>Click <em>Link Generator</em></li><br />
<li>Enter your <em>Public ID</em> and <em>Office Code</em></li><br />
<li>Choose your desired <em>language(s)</em>—Choose from 13 different languages</li><br />
<li>Click <em>Get Links</em> </li><br />
<li>Give the results to your website manager, who will display it on your websit</li><br />
</ul>


Last modified: December 4, 2007 at 9:21 am | Originally published: December 4, 2007 at 9:21 am
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