By Richard Robbins

How will “sold data” affect your business? Here are my thoughts on how you can use this huge change to your advantage.



3 COMMENTS

  1. Dear RRI, IMHO some of your understanding about the details/facts about the Order’s command to offer Public Data (after closing date) behind a password-protected entry point and what I think I hear you saying about “posting Sale Prices & then capturing contact info” varies from my understanding.
    Further there is the distinct and separate PRIVACY restriction on use of any (Private or Public) Sold Prices for ADVERTISING.
    For example — If …. a Registrant announces/promotes/claims/ explains that it’s website is the best/ foremost/ most comprehensive source for ~do it yourself property price investigating/ researching/ lurking/ spying~, then I would venture that the registrants “value-proposition”, “unique selling identifier” as a/the source of MLS Sold Prices is being advertised, is the focus of the advertisement and is therefore a PRIVACY violation

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