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Trestle – A Q&A with Kevin Greene

by Drew Meyers on 10:00 am March 30, 2017

I listened to Greg’s recent podcast with Kevin Greene at CoreLogic about Trestle. Even after writing about it, I had a few questions about Trestle. Instead of wonder, I decided to reach out to Kevin and see if he’d be willing to answer a few questions. He obliged. Without further ado… How is interest in Trestle’s offering playing out between brokerages, technology providers, and multiple listing organizations? Great! For each one it is solving different pain points. For a Broker it is being able to have easy … Read More »

Trestle, and a Crowded MLS Data Syndication Space

by Drew Meyers on 8:41 pm March 16, 2017

I came across CoreLogic’s Trestle offering today as a result of listening to the latest Listing Bits podcast with Kevin Greene. (All Listing Bits episodes on iTunes here). What exactly is Trestle? The ultimate listing data management and property information tool for brokers, technology providers, and multiple listing organizations. The way I understand it is it’s a platform for vendors to more seamlessly access MLS data feeds plus the ability to pay fees from one location. The goal is to alleviate the headache with launching … Read More »

Mobile + MLS = Bueller?

by Drew Meyers on 10:26 am January 30, 2014

Connecticut MLS bailed on CoreLogic. Cameron Paine, the CEO, said: When it became clear that Fusion would never be able to operate flawlessly on tablets (iPad, Kindle Fire, etc.), and after a series of meetings with the board and MLS committee early this month, the decision was made to NOT move forward with a conversion to the Fusion MLS system My question is this: Are there any MLS vendors building a MOBILE-ONLY MLS offering? Bueller? [Photo via http://www.jasoncollin.org]

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