Panel on MLS Listing Search Sites Set for FBS Summit on June 12

May 30, 2008 Michael Wurzer

I’m excited about the panel we’ve assembled for our FBS Summit on June 12 to discuss the issue of whether or not MLSs should have consumer-oriented listing search sites:

This panel brings a variety of perspectives on listing search sites, and we’ve convinced them to spend three hours with us so we can delve deeply into the issues.  We’re going to have three one-hour sessions: (1) initial overviews by the panelists of their views; (2) a panel discussion moderated by me; and (2) round-table discussions with one panelist at each table for 12-15 minutes and then rotating to the next table until each table has had an opportunity to ask questions of each panelist.

With the recent settlement of the NAR/DOJ litigation on VOWs, I think this topic is more relevant than ever and I can’t wait to delve into the issues.  If you have any questions you think I should ask of the panel, comment on this post and I’ll follow up after the event here with their responses.