SOTM 22: The DOJ Demands CoreLogic’s MLS Data: Latest News on the Antitrust Lawsuit

June 5, 2019

In March, we covered a lawsuit with the potential to kill Realtor associations and the MLS. This, of course, was the class-action antitrust lawsuit filed against the NAR, several major MLSs, Keller Williams, RE/MAX, Realogy, and HomeServices of America. On today’s show, we discuss the latest in the case: news of the DOJ demanding CoreLogic’s MLS data. Clearly, this is a sign that federal authorities are investigating claimants’ antitrust allegations. But is it a clear sign that the law firms representing these claimants stand to win? Find out on this State of the Market podcast!

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Listen to today’s show and learn:

  • DOJ demands CoreLogic’s MLS data [2:11]
  • Why some buyers and sellers are unhappy with commissions [8:56]
  • How to be transparent with sellers [12:39]
  • The difference between lying and not disclosing [14:30]
  • Should real estate agents really be calling expireds? [15:46]
  • Simple rules agents can follow to comply with anti-spam laws [26:57]
  • Better Homes and Gardens moves to capped-fee model [30:41]
  • How to break through your goals.
  • Plus so much more.

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