Data, data, data
From the Cleveland Plain-Dealer a few days ago:
Last month, Pittsburgh-based Howard Hanna Real Estate Services announced deals to send its data directly to Zillow and Realtor.com, which will no longer pull the company's listings from any other sources. The subtext: The firm, which handled more than 34,000 transactions last year, will remove its listings from other sites, though Hanna won't say exactly who else will have access to its data.
Seems like it could be a bigger deal here than up in Cleveland?