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March 28, 2005


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Sounds great. But it will never happen in New York City. All the major brokerage companies guard their listings and only release information they are in control of. In Queens there is am MLS, however most brokers avoid using it and choose to market the listing on their own in hopes of getting a direct buyer.

The only way for NYC to join up is if it is mandated by law or there is a huge incentive for brokers to sign up.

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