NAR Mandated RESO Data Dictionary Compliance
As promised, Black Knight MLS (BK MLS) has developed a plan to help our MLS Customers comply with the National Association of Realtors (NAR) mandated Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) Data Dictionary Compliance, and more important, enable all of us to benefit from the eventual adoption of the Data Dictionary and forthcoming Web API standards.
It is important to note, all MLS Customers benefit from the fundamental architecture of the BK MLS system. Each of you have completely unique data bases, and because of the broad configurability and flexibility of your MLS system, this allows us to deliver the highest degree of local data differentiation.
For the most up-to-date information and or further details regarding the BK MLS plan, please contact your System Support Manager (SSM) or email MLSInitiatives@bkfs.com.
CoreLogic is proud to offer Trestle, a turn-key solution for MLS’s to achieve RESO Data Dictionary certification now, then maintain compliance in the future. Whether or not your MLS is a CoreLogic client, we can help. Best, Trestle empowers your MLS to become RESO compliant without any changes to your existing MLS or RETS platforms, delivering certification with incredible ease.
Like the RESO standards themselves that will continue to evolve, Trestle is a long term CoreLogic endeavor that will actually pay increasing dividends to your MLS and its participants as it matures. Kindly review the Trestle Factsheet to learn more about the range of Trestle benefits.
Better yet, please contact a CoreLogic account representative or email TrestleInfo@CoreLogic.com to learn about our no-obligation test drive today.
FBS provides data dictionary compliant services through the Spark API for all of our Flexmls customers. Each customer just needs to fill out the RESO-required application and related agreements, and pay the appropriate fees, and FBS will then work directly with RESO to finalize the certification by submitting to RESO the metadata for each MLS that has applied. Please direct any questions to email@example.com.DLU January 16th, 2018