Simply put, Listing Syndication is the process of a broker sending his/her office listings to websites that do not belong to members of MLSSAZ. Zillow, Trulia, Yahoo! Real Estate, and AOL Real Estate are examples of websites that display listings via syndication.
The Syndication Resource Guide is your complete guide to listing syndication. This guide will explain to you what syndication is, how it works, available programs from MLSSAZ, and how syndication differs from IDX.
Download the MLSSAZ Syndication Resource Guide PDF below.
If you choose to syndicate your listings, MLSSAZ offers ListHub Syndication. ListHub offers syndication services for the broker at no charge. ListHub offers additional subscriptions reporting and tracking services, and additional services
ListHub syndication network sends listings to internet channels that power real estate websites. With ListHub, brokers can opt into any of the available network channels. ListHub Syndication service is a free service for all MLSSAZ participants. ListHub has additional subscription services for participants and their subscribers. To create an account and learn more about the ListHub network, go to www.ListHub.com.
Is IDX the same as Listing Syndication?
No. Internet Data Exchange (IDX) and Syndication are two different programs. IDX (or Broker Reciprocity) is a program that will allow Participants to display listings from other brokerages on their own office and agent websites. Syndication is when a broker chooses to advertise his/her company listings on websites that are not affiliated with MLSSAZ members.
My listing has an error on a website. How do I correct it?
The source of the incorrect information could come from several sources. First, check to make sure your listing is correct in flexmls. Next, check the source of the listing on the website. Most listings on syndication websites will show a source (usually towards the bottom). Be sure your listing is updated at the source. MLSSAZ can only correct listings that are sourced from ListHub.
I am an agent, how do I sign up with ListHub?
First, talk to your broker about syndication. Your broker will make the ultimate decision on syndication for your office. From there, you may visit the ListHub website for additional options.
I am a broker, how do I sign up for ListHub?
Accounts for ListHub area available from their respective websites. Once you create an account, you can enable/disable and customize your syndication options.
Please refer to our MLSSAZ Syndication Resource Guide for more information.