RESO certifies systems that comply with real estate data standards. Certification ensures interoperability between technology systems that speak a common language. Standards provide that common language.
RESO Map of Certified Organizations
The Certification Process
RESO’s certification process is now highly automated. It is primarily processed between RESO and the technical vendor.
- Compliance testing: RESO uses access credentials supplied by the applicant’s technology vendor and verifies standards conformance for the system.
- Certification: Applicants whose systems pass testing are asked to confirm results and provided with certificates from RESO.
Rather than initiating your own certification as you did in the past, please talk to your technology provider about getting certified with RESO. They will work directly with RESO staff to get you started and we will notify you once your system has completed testing and is ready to certify.
Certification Quick Facts
- RESO is currently certifying on Web API Core 1.0.2 and Data Dictionary 1.7.
- Certifications on the two most recent versions of a standard are viewed as active certifications by RESO.
- Certification on the most recent standard is classified as “Certified Current.”
- Certification on the previous most recent standard is classified as “Certified Legacy.”
- The National Association of REALTORS® requires REALTOR®-owned and operated MLSs to be in compliance with the most recent RESO standards (i.e., Certified Current, within 12 months of RESO ratification).
- Certification isn’t just for MLSs. Brokers and technology vendors with Web API servers are also certifying with RESO.