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NYC Flirts with Open Listings Service (Sort Of)

New York City, trailing the rest of the nation by only about 25 years, is set to take another halting step towards an open listings service for property listings. The Real Estate Board of New York announced today that they're working to develop a "comprehensive Web-based, user-friendly searchable database of residential properties in New York City." (Goodness, what a crazy radical idea!) Per the press release posted by TrueGotham, "REBNY expects to have the portal ready for release to the public by the early 2007 home buying season"—which, given the way this market's going, may not begin until 2009.
· Open Multiple Listings Service Wish: Sort of Granted [TrueGotham]