Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Data, data, data

Actually sort of a meta data kind of post on the more contentious than you may realize topic of real estate data.. Just something I can't tell if it is specific to Cleveland, or possibly a bigger deal here??

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, 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?


Anonymous Julie Reynolds said...

Hey Chris - Thanks for sharing the great news that Howard Hanna Real Estate Services joined forces with

The agreement between the two industry leaders gives Howard Hanna agents a powerful suite of national marketing tools to drive millions of interested home shoppers directly to Hanna listings through the desktop and mobile search experiences.

Property listings, including those from Howard Hanna, are sent to our site by way of an MLS. All listings on are updated every 15 minutes to 24 hours -- directly by the MLS.

We value the industry leading decision Howard Hanna Real Estate Services made to give their agents the additional marketing power -- on the local and national levels - that only a site like can deliver.

Thanks for joining the conversation.

Julie Reynolds

Thursday, March 29, 2012 9:51:00 AM  
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Thursday, March 29, 2012 10:16:00 AM  

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