Signing the agreement, front row, from left: Marta Sponder, EO, OMDREB; Garry Bhaura, president, TREB; Rick Kedzior, president, OMDREB. Top, Michael Collins, president elect, TREB; Oliver Matas, president elect, OMDREB; John DiMichelle, CEO, TREB.
Signing the agreement, front row, from left: Marta Sponder, EO, OMDREB; Garry Bhaura, president, TREB; Rick Kedzior, president, OMDREB. Top, Michael Collins, president elect, TREB; Oliver Matas, president elect, OMDREB; John DiMichelle, CEO, TREB.

The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) and the Oakville, Milton and District Real Estate Board (OMDREB) have signed an agreement to swap MLS data for properties located in the Halton Hills, Oakville and Milton areas that are listed by members of either board.

It means TREB members will be able to view any properties listed by OMDREB members in these municipalities, and OMDREB members will be able to see properties listed by TREB members. Since OMDREB is a member of the ORTIS group that shares data with nine other boards, any TREB data that is listed will also be available to members from those boards.

The tentative roll-out date is January.

“It is important that members of OMDREB and TREB have access to full and accurate MLS data and we are excited to be part of an initiative that will move us in this direction,” says a news release from OMDREB president Rick Kedzior and TREB president Garry Bhaura.



2 COMMENTS

  1. This is great news for realtors, as this will give access to not only the realtor but there clients as well. Its going in the right direction in our industry, as access into other boards is limited at best. We live in a time now where buyers are moving further away from big cities to find less expensive housing and as a realtor we would like to service our clients and hold onto them and not just refer them out. This is very good news, and we need more boards to do this.

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