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REW Public Comment : Coldwell Banker - Californiamoves.com (Custodio, Felymar) 11/02/2005, REW-0301

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Comment No.: REW-0301
Received: 11/02/2005
Organization: Coldwell Banker - californiamoves.com
Commenter: Custodio, Felymar
State: CA
Attachments: None


From: Felymar.Custodio@camoves.com [mailto:Felymar.Custodio@camoves.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 02, 2005 12:40 AM
To: ATR-Real Estate Workshop
Subject: The new ILD policy is a win-win for consumers and REALTORS ®

From my perspective, the new policy is a win-win for consumers and REALTORS®.

It works for consumers because it gives home sellers a choice whether to permit marketing of their property on the Internet and in selecting an MLS member with whom they want to work. It allows them to "opt-in" and have their property displayed on other brokers' Web sites even if they are working with a broker who does not participate in sharing his listings for display by his competitors. And it works for REALTORS® because it gives us the right to control where our listings are displayed on the Internet

Updated June 25, 2015

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