The Multiple Listing Service is a database of listings maintained by Real Estate professionals and facilitates the buying, selling, and renting of Real Estate properties.
This database is very valuable source of information for real-time information about the Real Estate market currently and historically. The main bulk of this data encompasses the island of Oahu, otherwise referred to as Honolulu County.
HiCentral MLS provides Subscribers and Participants of the MLS as well as syndication channels the opportunity to license this data to present to the consumer or to use for the benefit of their businesses.
Internet Data Exchange (IDX) is a policy set forth by the National Association of Realtors to facilitate the ability to promote the listings of other cooperating brokers across the internet.
Virtual Office Website (VOW) is a policy set forth by the National Association of Realtors. Its intent is operating a brokerage without the need for a brick-and-mortar office and requires the establishment of a relationship with the consumer before listing data can be provided.
Participant Party Internal Use
Participating brokerages can license MLS Data for use in their back-office processes. This usage is intended for purposes other that the direct publicity of listings. Use cases such as CRM, Accounting, Statistics…
You can find out more details about this program or apply for licensing with these documents:
Getting started with Data Licensing
IDX Plus Available Fields (Same as IDX with the addition of 3 years of sold data)
Applying for Data Licensing
If you wish to apply for data licensing, you, your broker, and your data consultant can sign this:
Participant Data Access Agreement (PDAA)
Any questions you have can be directed to: