Hey! Those are my photos...
Wednesday, May 28, 2014


Resolution to MLS eMail Issues
Tuesday, May 06, 2014

MLS Anti-SPAM Advisory
Monday, April 21, 2014


IDX vs. VOW
Friday, April 04, 2014

GoMLS MIAMI - Now Available
Wednesday, April 02, 2014

IMPORTANT MLS Notice
Wednesday, April 02, 2014


Welcome to the MLS of MIAMI

A multiple listing service is:

  • a facility for the orderly correlation and dissemination of listing information so participants may better serve their clients and customers and the public
  • a means by which authorized participants make blanket unilateral offers of compensation to other participants (acting as buyer agents, or in other agency or non agency capacities defined by law of Florida)
  • a means of enhancing cooperation among participants
  • a means by which information is accumulated and disseminated to enable authorized participants to prepare appraisals, analysis, and other valuations of real property for bona-fide clients and customers
  • a means by which participants engaging in real estate appraisal contribute to common databases (Revised 11/04)

Entitlement to compensation is determined by the cooperating broker's performance as procuring cause of the sale (or lease). (Revised 11/94)

While offers of compensation made by listing brokers to cooperating brokers through MLS are unconditional,* a listing broker's obligation to compensate a cooperating broker who was the procuring cause of sale (or lease) may be excused if it is determined through arbitration that, through no fault of the listing broker and in the exercise of good faith and reasonable care, it was impossible or financially unfeasible for the listing broker to collect a commission pursuant to the listing agreement. In such instances, entitlement to cooperative compensation offered through MLS would be a question to be determined by an arbitration hearing panel based on all relevant facts and circumstances including, but not limited to, why it was impossible or financially unfeasible for the listing broker to collect some or all of the commission established in the listing agreement; at what point in the transaction did the listing broker know (or should have known) that some or all of the commission established in the listing agreement might not be paid; and how promptly had the listing broker communicated to cooperating brokers that the commission established in the listing agreement might not be paid. (Revised 11/98)

MLS Tech Support

888-825-5472 ext. 1
Broward County 954-492-1200

M-F 8:30am-8:30pm
S-S 8:30am-3pm

http://sef.mlxhelp.com -
www.mlxpro.com/sef

Click here for more
Technical Support Contacts

More MLS Materials