Please make sure to mark your public type documents as public so agents in other MLSs have access to them.On October 10, we made several changes to our database.Here is a small section of the graphic, showing data for Canada.Do you have a headache yet, just from looking at that tiny section?This means that Metro Milwaukee members are no longer required to search within WIREX to find listings entered into the South Central Wisconsin MLS Paragon system.In the past, if you wanted to market a listing to members of the Metro Milwaukee MLS, and wanted to ensure they found it in their native MLS system, you were required to join their MLS.
Metro Milwaukee MLS is now including listings from our MLS within their native database.The changes were a result of both member requests and our work to align our data fields with Metro Milwaukee and Northeast WI MLSs, which in turn allows data to more accurately flow between systems. Profile sheets have also be updated within Zip Forms.These changes include the elimination of value range symbols, the combination of below/part below grade and non-exposed sqft fields, an increase in the size of the broker-to-broker remarks field, and various pick list feature additions/deletions. A little background on the elimination of the value range symbols: The value range symbols ( , -, =) have been routinely misused, and have not been handled correctly via data exports, which in turn has resulted in misinformation on public websites.Search for the listing by MLS number (without the alpha prefix) or address. When adding an associated document to a listing in Paragon, your document will be automatically set as a private document unless you select the Public check box.Public associated documents are available for the public via e-mailed listing links sent to clients.