IDX Vendors: Two Things You Must Do to Go RESO

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REcolorado has been working behind the scenes on our Go RESO project that will bring the listing data in REcolorado’s Matrix MLS system in line with the Real Estate Standards Organization’s (RESO) Data Dictionary.

As an IDX vendor, there are a few steps you need to take in order to continue accessing REcolorado data at the completion of this project. To continue pulling REcolorado data you must:

1. Choose How You’d like to Receive Data

When REcolorado’s Go RESO project is completed, our IDX data package will only be available via the Web API from CoreLogic’s Trestle™ Data Distribution platform.

Now you have a choice:

a. Use Trestle to Transition to Web API Next Month

If you’re already familiar with Trestle and the Web API, you can wait to begin your transition efforts until the data is available, currently anticipated mid-October. The transition must be completed by the end of November. We will follow up with additional instructions when you can begin setting up your Trestle account.

b. Wait to Transition to the Web API Next Year.

If you cannot complete the transition to Web API by the end of November, we will grant you temporary access to the new Matrix RETS IDX feed. You will still need to complete data mapping to use this feed, and ultimately will need to transition to Trestle Web API by the end of February. After February, we will no longer offer the IDX RETS feed for IDX vendors.

To choose this option, you must respond to this email or contact IDXagreements@REcolorado.com – we will follow up with instructions to access the new IDX RETS feed.

2. Remap your Data by November 30

Regardless of which option you choose, you will need to remap your data by the end of November.

For more information on the RESO conversion, including the project timeline, visit the REcolorado Data Help Desk.

If you have questions, please send us an email at: IDXagreements@REcolorado.com