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Downstate New York - MLS Mega Merger Announcement

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Mike Kennedy

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The Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service has agreed to merge with the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island, creating a regional multiple listing service company called New York MLS LLC.

The new multiple listing service will draw from about 40,000 real estate professionals in New York City boroughs Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx, along with Westchester, Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan and Orange counties.

Discussion on the possible merger started in June 2017 between leaders of the Long Island Board of Realtors Inc. and the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors (HGAR), which own the respective multiple listing services. In February, the two sides reported agreement on the framework for a deal.

Since then, HGAR added listings further upstate by acquiring the Sullivan County Multiple Listing Service in April.

https://westfaironline.com/107163/hudson-gateway-l-i-realtors-agree-to-multiple-listing-service-merger/
 

sandpiperapp

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Interesting. Staten Island still on its own? Surprising as LI MLS gives us access to Staten Island
 

norapp

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Southern Adirondack MLS and Capital Region MLS are also merging to create Global MLS. Sometime early 2019.
 
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