StreetEasy just scored a major coup in its bid to be the dominant aggregator of listings in the city: As of this week, the Brooklyn MLS (Multiple Listings Service) is giving StreetEasy access to all of its listings, which include properties from roughly 200 (mostly smaller) agencies in the borough. That comes out to about 2,500 new listings in neighborhoods like Sheepshead Bay, Gravesend and Canarsie that have previously been under-represented on the site. Most importantly, from our standpoint at least, is that StreetEasy will get the complete address data all these places, information which MLS and most mom-and-pop brokers have guarded closely. A giant step for transparency!
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