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The Future Listing Syndication Landscape

by Drew Meyers on 6:40 am January 13, 2015

Here’s a rough prediction for what will take the place in the listing syndication arena after the “ListHub-Zillow divorce” (for more analysis on the deal, read Rob Hahn’s thoughts here and here): Zillow will continue to invest in their listing management and reporting dashboard. Brokers & MLS’ will want an independent vendor that will send their listings to all portals, with no vested interest in any particular portal. Companies like Bridge & ListTrac will focus on being unbiased as a point of differentiation, and gain traction with early … Read More »

ListHub & Point2 Combine Forces

by Drew Meyers on 6:19 am September 7, 2014

ListHub and Point2 have long been the major listing syndicators of the real estate industry. They represent a substantial chunk of properties on Zillow and Trulia (soon to be one in the same). They were our largest feed providers when I left Zillow in 2010, and I would wager a bet they are still the largest feeds. Some of you saw the recent news that ListHub (owned by Move) purchased Point2. A nice little strategic move to keep Point2 out of the hands of Zillow, and strengthen their … Read More »

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