Midwest Real Estate Data
Founded in 2008, Midwest Real Estate Data (MRED) is located in Lisle, IL. The midwestern MLS serves over 45,000 real estate professionals in Chicagoland and surrounding areas. MRED covers areas from Northern Illinois, Southern Wisconsin, and Northwest Indiana to Chicago and the adjacent “collar” counties. With innovative products, accurate property information, and exceptional customer support, MRED helps subscribers perform at their highest possible level.
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- Listings: approx. 57,016
- Agents: approx. 47,478
MRED MLS Fees
Midwest Real Estate Data charges a fee to access the IDX data feed. Your share of the fee is $5 per month.
Associations Shown in Property Search
- Belvidere Board of REALTORS®
- Champaign County Association of REALTORS®
- Chicago Association of REALTORS®
- DeKalb Area Association of REALTORS®
- Heartland REALTORS® Organization – Illinois
- Illini Valley Association of REALTORS®
- Kankakee-Iroquois-Ford Association of REALTORS®
- Mainstreet Organization of REALTORS® (MORe)
- Northern Illinois Commercial Assoc. of REALTORS®
- North Shore-Barrington Association of REALTORS®
- Oak Park Area Association of REALTORS®
- REALTORS® Association of the Fox Valley
- Three Rivers Association of REALTORS®
Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana
Chicago, IL, Naperville, IL, Aurora, IL, Joliet, IL, Arlington Heights, IL, Palatine, IL, Elgin, IL, Plainfield, IL, Bloomington, IL, Evanston, IL
Helpful information about MRED for agents:
What tools do MRED have in place that can help an agent be more successful?
MRED offers agents access to many of the leading technology tools in real estate, these include: Remine, homesnap Pro, Cloud CMA, connectMLS system, HomePath, InfoSparks, Inman Select, MLS Data Co-op, MRED City Info Pages, New Home Source Professional, RatePlug, Realtor.com Professional Search, Realtors Property Resource (RPR), Rental Beast, ShowingTime, TrustFunds.
Does MRED provide any training for the tools mentioned above?
MRED currently offers free online classes daily that help members to learn more about connectMLS features, as well as a thorough knowledge base of FAQs on their website.
These classes can be group classes or one-on-one sessions. MRED also provides in-person training at select locations. If you need to learn how to use the many tools associated with the MLS, MRED provides training for those as well. The website even has video tutorials for how to sign up for the classes!
How does a new member go about being added to the MLS?
Interest agents much register through their local real estate associations.
What kind of local real estate trends, statistics, and information does MRED provide to individual agents?
MRED provides members with personalized monthly market data through InfoSparks.
Does MRED support Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO)?
MRED has achieved Gold Certification for the RESO Web API. This certification means that MRED listings have the most updated listing information and keeps a consistent format with other RESO-certified MLSs.
What external sites receive MLS data from MRED?
Zillow, Realtor.com, and other third-party sites that agents authorize to have access MRED.
What listing statuses are included in IDX feeds through MRED?
New, contingent, active, auction, pending, price change, closed, rented, canceled and expired are all listing statuses through MRED.
What types of memberships do MRED offer?
MRED offers standard subscription.
What are the requirements for membership in the MLS and IDX?
MRED follows the NARs model for REALTOR association-owned MLSs. See more.
Interested agents must be licensed real estate agents and be licensed in the state.
Does MRED offer continuing education (CE) classes?
MRED offers in-person classes at Chicago Association of REALTORS office locations. Members also have access to several online training classes available on-demand 24/7.
Are there multiple associations/boards affiliated with MRED?
There are different boards and associations affiliated with MRED. See more.
More Valuable Information on ARMLS
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IDX (or Broker Reciprocity) is a program that allows MLS Participants to display listings from other brokerages on their own agent and office websites. Simply put, the IDX program manages the listing search utilities on internet displays owned and operated by local agents and offices. The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) created IDX and gives each MLS a strict set of guidelines on participation in the program and the display of the listings. Showcase IDX provides the tools that your clients use to access the listings.
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