MLS Data Access
ABoR, RESO & CoreLogic to Provide Technology Solutions
The Austin Board of REALTORS® and the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) are pleased to announce a groundbreaking new real estate technology solution: the Developer Reference Server. Powered by the CoreLogic Trestle™ platform, the Developer Reference Server gives developers access to a compendium of listing data from the previous year pulled directly from the ABoR MLS.
“This cooperative effort has created a new environment that allows developers to easily access housing information based on RESO Standards, streamlining their ability to build new solutions,” said Jeremy Crawford, Executive Director of RESO. “We are elated at the value this kind of data access means to the future of real estate. The combination of advanced CoreLogic technology and RESO Standards truly fosters industry innovation.”
“CoreLogic has been a solutions provider to the real estate industry for many years and is a long-time supporter of RESO,” said Chris Bennett, Generate Manager of Real Estate Solutions for CoreLogic. “We are thrilled premier MLSs like ABoR are taking advantage of Trestle to foster the development of exciting new real estate products and technologies.”
The Developer Reference Server provides a solution that has been needed for years: free and easy access to data that allows for innovative development. Until now, technology developers have struggled to gain quick and affordable access to accurate data for the development and testing of new products and services for the real estate industry. The Developer Reference Server helps solve this problem. Initial access will be provided via the RESO RETS distribution standard specification in the RESO Data Dictionary format. RESO Web API access will be provided as an option in April, 2017.