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Century 21 MLS API

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I'm developing a website where it will need to access the century 21 listing for my client. Does any one here know where can I find information about how to do that.
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You'd have to contact someone from Century 21 and ask what they have setup for that. The MLS is normally for real estate people, so you'd have to have proper credentials to access their information. MLS is not for the general public's use. I know you probably already know that, but Century 21 should be able to point you in the right direction, ask for someone who deals with their website. They may have something specifically already setup which others can access from thier site, however I know they're pretty picky in that area, hope they can help ;o)

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here's a good sstarting point:  Webmaster@MLS.com
that email is from their site...
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ask them if they have a webservice you can use to browse listings on a third party site, normally they'd want to know who's using their information, so it'd be a good idea and they may be able to offer exactly what you need...

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the website that I'm developing is for a realtor company.
I will ask than to see if the have some information.
Thank you
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yeah I figured it was for a real estate company and they probably already have access to the MLS system, but as far as feeds, or getting data from their site, it'd be good to run it by the webmaster there just to be sure and they should be able to point you in the right direction on how to use their content. I'm assuming they'd have a webservice setup for just that purpose where the realator would need to use their credentials to use the web service...

Glad I could help!
thanks,
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