Athol Kay writes that he’s tired of agents crying like babies that the MLS data shouldn’t be used for advertising, and suggests that the existings MLSs should just make their databases open to the public on a read-only basis and charge the public for access.
Glenn Roberts over at Inman Blog asks whether the industry is ready for MLS 2.0, which supposedly is coming from the regionalization efforts in California and elsewhere, while just a few days before, Brad Inman calls the MLS one of the wonders of the real estate world.
B.R. on Realtor Genius urges NAR members to quit criticizing and take responsibility for their organization.
And Kris Berg ties it all together.