(Source: The National Post)

The country’s four largest real estate companies are close to an agreement to share their listings, a move that comes as the industry is trying to negotiate a truce with the Competition Bureau.

The Financial Post has learned that Century 21, Royal LePage, Re/Max Ontario- Atlantic Canada and Coldwell Banker have met several times over the past 12 months to hammer out an agreement under which they could take sales listings from each other’s websites and post them to their own.

Read the full article by Garry Marr “Realtors edge toward MLS alternative” in the National Post (Nov 13, 2009).

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