Real Estate Website Design Services

Your property data: RETS, VOW or IDX real estate web design with custom property search / directories, dynamic map search, customer relationship management (CRM) automation, conversion tracking, custom reporting and website content management.

Most real estate web design companies can lose track of that most important factor by treating their website production like an assembly line, their customers as a head count and only providing a basic “brochure” web site where you do all the work. Savvy Realtors® realize their websites need to be more than just a brochure; they need a tool that will make them more productive and help generate more sales.

You’ll find that one of the major reasons that real estate professionals hire us is due to the way our web sites impact their bottom line. The benefits are two-fold: You’ll get new ways to optimize your business and sales process by streamlining your lead collection and qualification. You’ll generate more leads and retain more web site visitors’ interest by providing easy ways for your visitors to use your site for all of their real estate needs. The results are client proven.

The Real Estate Web Design Guide

Creating a real estate website that generates results is a difficult undertaking that starts with a “master blueprint” and ends up with a content-rich site that both captures and converts site visitors into sales. This guide exposes the challenges, reveals common pitfalls and examines the path you can take on your road to success. Review the challenges below on the way to implementing a successful real estate Web solution.

Will your website free up your time or create more work for you?
The real determining factor is almost never the “template” or design portion of a site. It is what your site does for you that you no longer have to do.

To further explain, a comparative analogy of how we’re different than most our assumed competition. Let’s say you want to buy 10,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space to store your products and ship them out. You are presented with two choices:

1.) Buy a 10,000 sq. ft. warehouse that contains your shelving, includes a delivery system to keep your inventory organized and up-to-date, stocks your shelves, sorts and organizes your customers’ orders and automatically delivers them information about new products when they become available. It also allows your customers to search your inventory in the way you define.

2.) Buy a 10,000 sq. ft. warehouse that contains your needed shelving. You do the rest of the work.

The first example relates to how our solutions work for you. The second relates to most real estate web design providers. MetalSoftware produces the most thorough combination of user experience, site management, tracking and contact management tools which appeal to multi-agent/multi-branch offices and top notch agents alike.

Do you know how to avoid the common pitfalls of real estate web design?

Common PitfallsMetalSoftware SolutionsResults
You're losing business because your property detail pages have someone else's contact information on them. (Common with "framed" IDX sites).Our sites allow you to control what information is displayed on your pages. You can specify how your property pages will be formatted, sorted, paginated, and displayed.Any lead coming to your site is going to be your lead. And since it's all on your site, you can know exactly how visitors are using your site.
You're losing web site traffic because your property listings are not indexable by the search engines or on your domain name. (Common with "framed" solutions)Search engines see lots of listings on *your site*, not Once we have control over the listing data this allows the search engines to associate every listing on your site to your site.Your site looks more active, bigger, more important and fresher to the search engines making it more relevant and ranking higher.
Great looking site, but you have no idea how anybody is using it or what those detailed traffic reports mean.MetalSoftware's unique user "temperature gauge" automatically tells you who are the best prospects based upon how they use the site. MetalSoftware sites track every user action and our proprietary software crunches the numbers to give you a single parameter that defines how hot a prospect might be based upon how and how much they use the site.Your agents and/or yourself can work faster and more efficiently.
The server your web site was hosted on crashed, now all of your site and lead data is gone. But they said they had a backup?Our self-healing servers and remote backup facilities protect your data and your livelihood.You stay in business for the long term.
You started your real estate web site with no marketing plan. Now you have a great site but no traffic.We can get you started in the right direction to make your site successful.Your web site pays for itself.
You're losing visitors because your property search is difficult to use.Our sites do not limit you to a set search method. You have the flexibility of making the search operate the way you and more importantly, your site's visitors, want.People who visit your site find the information they need.

Will your website let you focus on selling real estate?
Your real estate web site needs its own resources to operate properly. One of those resources we call “hosting”. For those of you not familiar with the term, it can be narrowed down to “who, what, where and how?”: Who runs the actual computer that your web site is on? What type of equipment do they use? Where is it located? And how does it let me focus on selling real estate?

When you host with MetalSoftware, we use the latest business level equipment to run your web site at our data center. We put in place specific technical features to service our business level clients that you will not find at bargain hosting companies. The chart below explains some mission-critical business challenges and how our solutions address them.

Hard disk failureAll of our servers employ self-healing RAID disk arrays.Your site stays online, even if a hard disk fails.
Catastrophic failuresOur servers are backed up every 4 hours to a remote location with multiple timeframe snapshots.Your data is safe even if our servers are completely destroyed.
Network issuesWe guarantee 99.99% uptime. Multiple, geographically diverse network connection points to all the major Tier 1 networks.We will credit you for any downtime experienced due to circumstances within our control. If one Internet backbone goes down, another takes over. Fastest connections from multiple geographic regions with connectivity from Level3, Time Warner, UUNET/MCI and Internap, including provisions from AT&T, Cable & Wireless, UUNET/MCI, Verio, and Global Crossing over fail-safe fiber-optic SONET rings.
Power outagesState of the art constant power supply and diesel generators can power servers indefinitely100% consistent, continuous, and conditioned power to the data center at all times.
Equipment Longevity & SafetyGuaranteed temperature and humidity control and multi-level fire suppression.Fewer component failures, safety from critical risks.
SecurityHigh Security including a manned security force, surveillance system and biometric identification.Servers and data are secure from tampering, theft or vandalism.
HackersWe implement intrusion detection, firewalls, active monitoring and keep servers up-to-date with the latest security patches.Your site and data is safe from prying eyes.
Viruses and SPAMWe run active virus scanning to stop viral content and provide SPAM filtering to our email accounts.Your site, data and email accounts are protected from dangerous files and junk email.

Will your website generate income and allow your business to grow?
A real estate web site has a general purpose of generating more business for its owners. Without sensible site promotion the best web site will fail. We can help you start your real estate web site with our Internet Marketing services. See the chart below to see what we can do for you and why.

Marketing ServiceWhat we doWhy we do it
Search Engine IndexingIntroduce all your pages properly to search engines with a 100% crawling rate and 99.5% indexing rate. We keep this process running as long as you are a customer.As a website owner, you can have thousands of links on your site but if all those don't get noticed by the search engines they are simply a big waste of time.
Social Media AutomationCreate and manage your social media profiles to connect with your customers on the top social networking sites like:
Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Instagram.
Some 78% of people now use a social networking site of some kind. Social networks are now an excellent way to reach out to your customer base and engage them.
Content MarketingWrite new pages, blog posts, ebooks, press releases, whitepapers, and infographics to encourage natural links.Fresh content is one of the most important things you can add to your site. If it's something a website visitor would want it will naturally improve your search engine traffic. It helps you establish your web site as a top resource for your products and services.
SEO Onpage OptimizationTailor the content and structure of your pages and match your market specific search terms to actual user searches.The content of your website is an essential factor in how people to find your site. We track down the keywords that actually get traffic and optimize those in your content.
Authority Site ManagementCreate and manage your profiles on content sites that have an audience, but are not social media websites.Authority websites get large amounts of traffic. Establishing and managing your presence on these sites allows you to capture new traffic you would not normally get.
Press ReleasesDraft and distribute your press releases to all of the major online news outlets.You'll get instant exposure and lasting benefits of authority links created by each press release.
PPC Pay-Per-Click AdvertisingSetup and manage your PPC campaigns optimized to your market and budget.Properly targeted PPC advertising is one of the fastest ways to test new product acceptance and drive traffic quickly.

How much will my real estate web design solution cost?
There are a few costs to consider:
1.) Monthly “hosting”
2.) Domain Name Registration
3.) Marketing
4.) Updates, upgrades and maintenance
5.) Design and development costs

1.) Monthly hosting
Based upon your storage and transfer requirements. These are the costs associated with keeping your site going 24/7/365, showing your pages to visitors who come calling and downloading/storing your listing and site data. The servers that your site is hosted on are maintained by the MetalSoftware server team as part of your hosting package. Patches, virus and spam control are all included in your monthly hosting fees.

2.) Domain name registration
We provide complete domain registration services and real-time registry updates via your personal management interface. When you build your website with MetalSoftware, we offer domain registration services at $20 per year, per domain.

3.) Web site marketing 

4.) Updates, Upgrades & Maintenance
If you use our web-based content management system you can change your own pages and information. For basic page changes, copy-writing, design updates & programming changes our hourly fee is $80 with a 15 minute minimum. Custom programming is most often done by estimate. Most clients save up a few tasks as it helps lower the costs.

5.) Design & Development
Would you start building a home without having a blueprint? Your Website should be no different. You should have specific objectives in wanting a real estate web design solution. In general, you should be able to answer these questions:

» What are the goals for your Web site?
» Who are you trying to communicate with?
» What information do you want to present?
» How will you know if the site is successful?
» What do you need to do right now to prepare for what you want to be doing one year from now?
» Most importantly, how will this Web site contribute to your bottom line?

These are just some of the kinds of questions that a good “blueprint” will address.

Once the high level strategy is developed, the next step is the detailed site architecture.

» How each component of your website will work together
» How your prospects find their way around those interconnected components
» How your website will present your image professionally and true to your strategy.

MetalSoftware develops site architecture maps for every project. These maps eventually become the guiding “blueprint”, to the site’s development. Once the plan is complete, only then are you ready to start building.

Once we finish your real estate web design “blueprint” we will be able to accurately estimate the costs of your website project. To get a ballpark idea, use our » Quick Quote Tool

How long will it take and what are the steps?

Phase 1 – Project Pre-Launch Phase (1-2 weeks):

1.) Obtain access to listing data
You obtain access to listing data for your market and provide access information to MetalSoftware. MetalSoftware signs any necessary data usage agreements
2.) Specify field list for searches
MetalSoftware provides available field list for your listing data. You specify which fields you would like to include in your search function
3.) Review website “blueprint”
You review our functional specification of how your site will work including your possible search fields
4.) Create official proposal
MetalSoftware will provide you with an official estimate and proposal detailing the costs and assumptions of our relationship
5.) Accept proposal
You accept the proposal by notifying MetalSoftware that you wish to proceed and agree upon the terms
6.) Choose payment option
You choose a payment option and notify MetalSoftware of your choice and provide your necessary billing contact information and address(es)
7.) Provide service agreement
MetalSoftware will provide you with a service agreement
8.) Sign proposal and service agreement
You sign the proposal and service agreement and fax a copy to MetalSoftware at: Call First and mail an original to MetalSoftware, Inc. 13435 South McCall Rd. Suite 125, Port Charlotte, FL 33981. MetalSoftware will provide you with a signed original when you provide your return address
9.) Make payment
You provide payment to MetalSoftware via your chosen payment method. If you pay in installments, the time at which you make additional payments will be specified in your proposal

Phase 2 – Design Phase (2-3 weeks):

1.) Design specification
We provide you with a list of pages on your site and how they can design around the functional parts of your site
2.) Design creation
Our designers create a design mockup
3.) Design revisions
You discuss with MetalSoftware and request design changes as necessary on your site
4.) Design approval
You approve final design mockups
5 .) Design conversion to HTML
Our designers create usable HTML programming code for integration into the functionality of your website
6 .) Design templates integration
MetalSoftware integrates your design into the functional parts of your new website

Phase 3 – Development Phase (4-5 weeks):

1.) Database creation
MetalSoftware programs database structure to meet data requirements
2.) Create import program for data
MetalSoftware creates program to retrieve and store data into database
3.) Functional prototype
MetalSoftware programs functional prototype of your site for your review
4.) Functional prototype review
You review prototype and provide any revisions to the design aspect of the site
5.) Design revisions
MetalSoftware implements any required design changes
6.) Final site release
Your site is made live on it’s requested domain name

Total time estimate: generally 7-9 weeks, your project could vary depending upon your preparation and project requirements.

Can MetalSoftware integrate my real estate website with the IDX / VOW / MLS / RETS in my area for property search?

We can interface with any reliable data source, not limited to, but including the following sources.

AK – Alaska
Alaska Multiple Listing Service (AKMLS)

AL – Alabama
Baldwin County Association of Realtors (BCAR)
Birmingham Area Multiple Listing Service (Birmingham, AL)
Lake Martin Assoc. of Realtors (Lake Martin)
Marshall County Board of Realtors (Marshall County, AL)
Montgomery Area Association of Realtors (Montgomery, AL)
Realtor Association of the Muscle Shoals (RAMS)
Talladega County Board of Realtors (Talladega)

AR – Arkansas
Batesville Board of Realtors (Batesville)
Searcy Board of Realtors (Searcy)

AZ – Arizona
Arizona Regional MLS (ARMLS)
Bullhead City Mohave Valley Board of Realtors (Bullhead City)
Santa Cruz County Board of Realtors (SCCBR)
Tucson Association of Realtors (Tucson, AZ)

CA – California
Amador County Association of Realtors (Jackson, CA)
Bay Area Real Estate Information Services, Inc. (BAREIS)
Big Bear Valley Board of Realtors (Big Bear, CA)
Central Coastal MLS (CCRMLS)
Chico MLS (Chico, CA)
Coastal Mendocino Association of Realtors (CMAR)
Combined LA Westside MLS (CLAW)
Conejo Valley Association of Realtors (CVAR)
Contra Costa Association of Realtors (MAXMLS)
CRISnet Regional MLS (CRISNet)
Desert Area MLS (DAMLS)
Delta Association of Realtors (MAXMLS)
East Bay Regional Data Inc. (MAXMLS)
Fresno Multiple Listing Service (FresnoCA)
Greater Antelope Valley Association of Realtors (GAVAR)
Greater South Bay MLS (GSBRMatrix)
Humboldt County Association of Realtors (HCAR)
Metrolist Services (Sac Metro)
Multi-Regional Multiple Listing Service (MRMLS)
RE InfoLink HomeWorks (REILHomeWorks)
Rim Of The World (RIM)
San Francisco MLS (SFMLS)
Santa Barbara Assoc. of Realtors (Santa Barbara)
Shasta County Assoc. of Realtors (Shasta)
South Lake Tahoe Board of Realtors (South Lake Tahoe, CA)
Southern California MLS – Tempo System (Socal Tempo)
Tehachapi Area Association of Realtors (TehachapiAAR)
Tulare County Association of Realtors (TulareAOR)
Yuba County MLS (YubaMLS)

CO – Colorado
Chaffee County Board of Realtors (CWITZ)
Denver Metrolist RETS (Denver Metrolist)
Denver Metrolist using Virtual Office (Denver MetroVO)
Denver Metrolist using Listings Wyldfyre (Denver MetroWF)
Glenwood Springs Association of Realtors (Glenwood Springs, CO)
Grand County Board of Realtors (Grand County)
Grand Junction Area Realtors Association (Grand Junction, CO)
Information and Real Estate Services (IRES)
Montrose Multiple Listing Service (MMLS)
Pikes Peak Association of Realtors (PPAR)
Pueblo Association of Realtors (Pueblo, CO)
Spanish Peaks Board of Realtors (Spanish Peaks)
Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors (Steamboat Springs, CO)
Summit Association of Realtors (Summit, CO)
Vail Multi-List (Vail, CO)

CT – Connecticut
Consolidated MLS, Inc. (Norwalk, CT)
Eastern Connecticut MLS (Norwich, CT)
Greater Hartford Association of Realtors (GHAR)
Greenwich Association of Realtors (Greenwich, CT)

DE – Delaware
New Castle County Board of Realtors (NCCBOR)

FL – Florida
Bay County MLS Panama City (Bay County, FL)
Brevard MLS (Brevard MLS)
Chipola Area Board of Realtors (Chipola)
Daytona Beach Association of Realtors (Daytona Beach, FL)
Flagler County Association of Realtors (Flagler, FL)
Florida Gulf Coast MLS (FGCMLS)
Hernando County Association of Realtors (Hernando, FL)
Highlands County MLS (Highlands, FL)
Indian River County Realtor Association (Indian River)
Manatee MLS (Manatee)
Martin County MLS (RAMC)
Mid Florida Regional MLS (MFRMLS)
Naples Area Board of Realtors (NABOR)
Naples Area Board of Realtors RETS (NABOR RETS)
Northeast Florida MLS, Inc. (NEFMLS)
Pensacola Association of Realtors (PARMLS)
Pinellas Realtor Organization (PROMLS)
Real MLS Ft. Myers (RMLSFTM)
Realtors Association of Martin County (RAMC)
Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS PB)
Regional Multiple Listing Service RETS (RMLSPB RETS)
Sarasota Multiple Listing Service (Sarasota)
Southeast Florida Regional MLS (SFRMLS)
St. Augustine – St. Johns County Board of Realtors (St. Augustine, FL)
Sunshine MLS (SMLS)
Tallahassee Board of Realtors (Tallahassee, FL)
Tampa Bay MLS (Tampa)
Venice Area Board Of Realtors, Inc. (VABOR)
Wauchula Board of Realtors (Wauchula)
West Pasco Board of Realtors (WPBOR)

GA – Georgia
Dalton MLS, Inc (Dalton, GA)
First Multiple Listing Service (FMLS)
Georgia MLS (GAMLS)
Northeast Georgia (NEG)
Savannah Board of Realtors (SAVBOR)
West Metro Board of Realtors (WMBOR)

HI – Hawaii
HI Central MLS (HCMLS)

IA – Iowa
Cedar Rapids Area Association of Realtors (Cedar Rapids, IA)
Des Moines Area Association of Realtors (Des Moines, IA)
Muscatine Board of Realtors (Muscatine)
Spirit Lake Board of Realtors (Spirit Lake)

ID – Idaho
Coeur d’Alene Assoc. of Realtors (CDAAR)
Greater Pocatello Association of Realtors (Pocatello, ID)
Intermountain Multiple Listing Service (Intermountain, ID)

IL – Illinois
Galesburg Board of Realtors (Galesburg)
MAP Multiple Listing Service (MAPMLS)
MLS of Northern Illinois – MLXchange (MLSNIMX)
MLS of Northern Illinois – REXplorer (MLSNI)
Peoria Area Association of Realtors (PAAR)
Rockford Area Association of Realtors (RAAR)
Southwestern Illinois Regional MLS (SIRMLS)

IN – Indiana
Central Indiana Regional MLS (CIRMLS)
Fort Wayne Area Multiple Listing Service, Inc (FWAAR)
Greater Northwest Indiana Board of Realtors (GNIAR)
Greater South Bend-Mishawaka Association of Realtors (South Bend, IN)
Huntington Area Association of Realtors, Inc. (Huntington, IN)
Lafayette Regional Association of Realtors (Lafayette, IN)
Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors (MIBOR)
North Central Indiana Association of Realtors (NCIAR)

KS – Kansas
Heartland MLS (Heartland)
MLS of the Wichita Area Association of Realtors (Wichita, KS)
Topeka Area Association of Realtors (TopekaAAR)

KY – Kentucky
Greater Louisville Association of Realtors MLS (GLARMLS)
Henderson Audubon Board of Realtors (HendersonABR)
Lexington – Bluegrass Association of Realtors (LBARMLS)
Northern Kentucky MLS (NKAR)
Western Kentucky MLS (WestKY)

LA – Louisiana
De Ridder-Fort Polk Area Assoc. of Realtors (De Ridder)
Greater Baton Rouge Association of REALTORS (GBRAR)
New Orleans Metropolitan Association of Realtors (NOMAR)
Shreveport-Bossier Board Of Realtors (Shreveport, LA)
Southwest Louisiana Association of Realtors (Southwest, LA)

MA – Massachusetts
Cape Cod and Islands Association of Realtors (Cape Cod Rap)

MD – Maryland
MRIS Export using Matrix (MRIS Matrix, MD)
MRIS Export using Realtor Workstation (MRISRW)

ME – Maine
Downeast MLS (Downeast, ME)
Maine Real Estate Information System (MREIS)

MI – Michigan
Ann Arbor Area Board Of Realtors (AAAR)
Down River Association of Realtors (DRAR)
Eastern Thumb Association of Realtors (ETAR)
Eastern Upper Peninsula Board of Realtors (Sault Saint Marie, MI)
Grand Rapids Association of Realtors (GRAR)
Greater Lansing Association of Realtors (GLAOR)
Lenawee County Association of Realtors (Lenawee, MI)
Marinette Board of Realtors (Marinette)
MI RealSource (RealSource)
Midland Board of Realtors (MBRMLS)
Northern Michigan MLS (Northern MI)
Realcomp II Ltd. (RealComp)
Southwestern Michigan Regional Information Center (SWMRIC)
Waterwonderland MLS (WWMLS)

MN – Minnesota
Bemidji Board of Realtors (Bemidji)
Detroit Lakes Park Rapids Board of Realtors (DLPRBOR)
Greater Alexandria Area Assoc. of Realtors (GAAAOR)
Lake Region Assoc. of Realtors (Lake Region)
Realtors Association of Southern Minnesota (RASM)
Regional Multiple Listing Service of Minnesota (RMLSMN Matrix)
St. Cloud Area Association of Realtors (SCAAR)

MO – Missouri
Central Missouri Board of Realtors (Central, MO)
Columbia Board of Realtors (Columbia, MO)
Heartland MLS (Heartland)
MidAmerica Regional Information Systems (MARIS)
Randolph County Board of Realtors (Randolph)
South Central Board of Realtors (SCBOR)

MS – Mississippi
Four County Board of Realtors (Four County)
Golden Triangle Assoc. of Realtors (GTAOR)
Hattiesburg Area Association of Realtors (Hattiesburg, MS)
Meridian Board of Realtors (Meridian)
Mississippi Gulf Coast MLS (MGCMLS)
Northeast Mississippi Board of Realtors (NMBOR)

MT – Montana
Billings Association of Realtors (Billings, MT)

NC – North Carolina
Brunswick County Board of Realtors (Brunswick, NC)
Burlington Alamance County Association of Realtors (Burlington, NC)
Carolina Multiple Listing Services (CMLS)
Carteret County Association of Realtors (CCAOR Flex)
Goldsboro Wayne County Association of Realtors (Goldsboro, NC)
Kinston Board of Realtors (Kinston BOR)
Lumberton Board of Realtors (Lumberton)
Outer Banks Association of Realtors (Outer Paragon)
Pinehurst-Southern Pines Area Association of Realtors (PSPAAR)
Richmond County Board of Realtors (Richmond County)
Triangle MLS (TriangleMLS)
Washington Beaufort County Board of Realtors (WBCBOR)
Western North Carolina Regional MLS (WNCRMLS)

ND – North Dakota
Badlands Board of Realtors (Badlands)
Fargo-Moorhead Assoc. of Realtors (Fargo)
Grand Forks Board of Realtors (Grand Forks)
Jamestown Board of Realtors (Jamestown)
Williston Board of Realtors (Williston)

NE – Nebraska
Great Plains MLS (Omaha Rap)

NJ – New Jersey
Garden State Regional MLS (GSRMLS)
Jersey Shore MLS (Jersey Shore ARIS)
Middlesex County MLS (MSXMLS)
Monmouth/Ocean MLS (MOMLS)
New Jersey MLS (NJMLS)

NM – New Mexico
Ruidoso Board of Realtors (RBRMLS)
Santa Fe Association of Realtors MLS (Santa Fe, NM)

NV – Nevada
Greater Las Vegas Assoc. of Realtors (GLVAR)
Incline Village Board of Realtors (Incline Village)
Northern Nevada Regional MLS (Reno, NV)

NY – New York
Brooklyn NY MLS (BNYMLS)
Capital Region MLS (Albany, NY)
Central New York Information Service – Syracuse (CNYIS)
Clinton County Board of Realtors MLS (CCBR)
Genesee Regional Real Estate Information Services (GENRIS)
Greater Hudson Valley MLS (GHVMLS)
Long Island Board of Realtors (LIBOR)
Otsego-Delaware Multiple Listing Service (ODMLS)
Staten Island Board of Realtors (SIBOR)
Westchester Putnam MLS (WPMLS)
Western New York (Buffalo, NY)

OH – Ohio
Centralized Real Estate Information Services (Akron, OH)
Columbus and Central Ohio MLS (CBRMLS)
Darke County Assoc. of Realtors (Darke County)
Dayton Area MLS (Dayton, OH)
Firelands Association of Realtors (FAOR)
Heartland Board of Realtors (Findlay, OH)
Knox MLS (KnoxMLS)
Northern Ohio Regional MLS (NORMLS)
Northwest Ohio Real Estate Information Systems (NORIS)
Tri-State MLS (TriState, OH)
Western Regional Information Systems and Technology (WRIST)

OK – Oklahoma
Cushing Board of Realtors (Cushing)
Grady County Board of Realtors (Grady County)
Lawton Board of Realtors (Lawton, OK)
Northeast Oklahoma Board of Realtors (Northeast, OK)
Oklahoma City Metropolitan Association of Realtors (MLSGateway)
Tulsa / NORES (GTAR)

OR – Oregon
Central Oregon Association of Realtors (Central, OR)
Clatsop Assoc. of Realtors (Clatsop)
North and South Lincoln Assoc. of Realtors (Lincoln)
Realtors Multiple Listing Services (RMLS)
Southern Oregon MLS (SOMLS)
Umatilla County Board of Realtors (Umatilla)

PA – Pennsylvania
Carbon County Assoc. of Realtors (Carbon County)
Central Penn MLS (CPMLS)
Central Susquehanna Valley Board of Realtors (CSVBOR)
Clearfield Jefferson Assoc. of Realtors (CJAOR)
Fayette Board of Realtors (Fayette)
Greater Erie Board of Realtors, Inc. (GEBR)
Greater Hazleton Assoc. of Realtors (GHAOR)
Greenville Area Board of Realtors (Greenville)
Keystone Multi-List Inc (Keystone PAFlex)
Lehigh Valley Association of Realtors (LVARMLS)
Pike Wayne Assoc. of Realtors (Pike Wayne)
Pocono Mountains Assoc. of Realtors (Pocono)
West Penn MLS (WestPenn)

RI – Rhode Island
State-Wide Multiple Listing Service (StateWide RI)

SC – South Carolina
Charleston Trident Association of Realtors (CTAR)
Coastal Carolinas Association of Realtors (Myrtle Beach, SC)
Consolidated Multiple Listing Service (Consolidated, SC)
Greater Greenville Association of Realtors (Greenville, SC)
Hilton Head MLS (HHMLS)
Realtor Association of the Greater Pee Dee (Greater Pee Dee, SC)

SD – South Dakota
Aberdeen Board of Realtors (Aberdeen)
Central South Dakota Board of Realtors (CSDBOR)
Huron Board of Realtors (Huron)
Mitchell Board of Realtors (Mitchell)
Northeast South Dakota Board of Realtors (NESDBOR)
Sioux Falls Board of Realtors (Sioux Falls BOR)

TN – Tennessee
Knoxville Association of Realtors MLS (Knoxville)
Memphis Area Association of Realtors (MAAR)
Middle Tennessee Regional MLS (MTRMLS)
River Counties Association of Realtors (RCAR)

TX – Texas
Abilene Board of Realtors (Abilene, TX)
Amarillo Assoc. of Realtors (Amarillo)
Austin Central Texas Realty Information Services (ACTRIS)
Austin Central Texas Realty Information Services (ACTRISEXP)
Bryan-College Station Association of Realtors (Bryan, TX)
Corpus Christi Association of Realtors (CorpusChristi, TX)
Galveston Association of Realtors (Galveston MLS GARMLS)
Greater El Paso Association of Realtors MLS (ElPaso, TX)
Greater McAllen Association of Realtors (McAllen, TX)
Greater Tyler Association of Realtors (Tyler, TX)
Houston Assoc. of Realtors (HAR)
Longview Board of Realtors (Longview, TX)
North Texas Real Estate Information Systems-Marketlinx (NTREIS-M)
North Texas Real Estate Information Systems-Rapattoni (NTREIS-R)
San Antonio Board of Realtors, Inc. – Paragon (SABOR2)

UT – Utah
Wasatch Front Regional MLS (WFRMLS)

VA – Virginia
Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors (CAAR)
Eastern Shore Association of Realtors (ESMLS)
MRIS Export using Matrix (MRISMatrix, VA)
MRIS Export using Realtor Workstation (MRISRWVA)
Real Estate Information Network (REINMLS)
Roanoke Valley Association of Realtors (Roanoke, VA)
Staunton-Augusta Association of Realtors (SAAOR)
Williamsburg Area Association of Realtors MLS (WAAR)

WA – Washington
Bellingham-Whatcom County MLS (BWCMLS)
Northwest Multiple Listing Service (NWMLS)

WI – Wisconsin
Multiple Listing Services Inc. (MetroMLS)
Realtors Association of Northwestern Wisconsin (RANWW)
South Central Wisconsin MLS (SCWMLS)

WV – West Virginia
Greenbrier Valley Board of Realtors (Greenbrier Valley)
Kanawha Valley Board of Realtors (Kanawha Valley, WV)

WY – Wyoming
Campbell County Board of Realtors (Campbell County)
Cheyenne MLS (Cheyenne, WY)
Teton Board of Realtors (TBR)