Case Studies & White Papers
RESO Case Studies and White Papers surround real world business and technical adoption as well as implementation of RESO Standards with a focus on the RESO Data Dictionary and the RESO Web API. They have been created by brokerages, MLSs and technology companies that consume real estate data to help the industry understand the real world benefits an organization can realize by adopting RESO Standards for the distribution and/or consumption of real estate data. These studies provide both business and technical aspects of what it takes and what is realized once completed in implementing RESO Standards manage business needs and challenges surrounding the real estate industry and underlying real estate data.
Moving to Replication via the RESO Web API
They presented at our Fall Conference last on “Web API: Opportunities, Challenges, and the Next Generation of Real Estate Data”. Hot off the press make sure you check out this brand new case study collaboration with Showcase IDX!
Open Standards and the Real Estate Industry
What if you could tap a button – like you do to pair a Bluetooth device – and all your MLS data would instantly populate on all your applications instantly? That’s what Open Standards are all about! This White Paper discusses more about these standards and their significance in the industry.
The TRIBUS Case Study: RESO’s Role, Brokers and New Voices
We collaborated with brokerage technology provider TRIBUS to better understand the practical value that standardized data can deliver to real estate brokerages. We also wanted to dive deeper to better understand the vital role that technology partners perform in addressing many of the crucial challenges that brokerages face today. More importantly, we wanted to put a spotlight on our findings and share them broadly.
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Homes.com put RESO Standards to the test.
What is the real business value of RESO Data Standards? A new Homes.com Case Study shed some serious light on this subject. They have proven that moving to standardized data and the RESO Web API is saving them thousands of dollars in development time, allowing them to redeploy that energy to more innovative endeavors. If you doubted the economic value of RESO Data Standards, and haven’t adopted them, that’s akin to reading by candlelight: you can do it, but long-term it’s killing your eyes…Check out the following Case Study to see why it’s time for you to evolve your solution to the RESO Web API as well.
The myTheo Case Study “RESO Standards: Are they a Fairy Tale or the Future?”“A Bold Move: How RMLS Converted All Its IDX Feeds Over to RESO Data Standards”“The Short and Simple Road for an MLS to Offer ONLY RESO-Compliant IDX Feeds”“Looking for Job Security? Brokers are Looking for THIS!”