Broker pulls commission data from listing site after MLS demand


Broker pulls commission data from listing site after MLS demand
INMAN | FEBRUARY 13, 2015
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Trelora stopped displaying the compensation rate and corresponding dollar value for buyer’s agents on specific listings on its site, search.trelora.com, on Thursday afternoon. It has also requested a meeting with REcolorado execs to explore the reasoning behind the MLS’ demand.

Trelora, which charges its buyers a flat fee of $3,000, began publishing commission details on its site less than a week ago, Trelora Chief Marketing Officer Rett Kearbey told Inman.

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