One of Northern California’s largest MLSs adds Bridge Interactive Listing Input
Bridge Interactive® today announced that bridgeMLS, a leading MLS serving Northern California and the Bay Area, is bringing Bridge Interactive’s modern, responsive add and edit system, Bridge Listing Input, to its subscribers.
Bridge Listing Input will allow bridgeMLS participants to have a modern and mobile system for the input of their listing data and photos. Although Bridge Listing Input and bridgeMLS share similar names, they are two different entities.
Bridge Interactive’s Listing Input technology ensures bridgeMLS subscribers can create the highest quality listings that attract consumers. The robust solution allows for the upload of an unlimited number of high resolution photos that can be rescaled to the size required by the MLS. Bridge Listing Input also ensures compliance with the MLS’s business rules for listing data.
“We are very excited to be working with bridgeMLS to offer their participants a rich and streamlined listing add and edit interface,” said TuranTekin, director of MLS and industry development at Zillow® Group. “Bridge Listing Input enables high quality listing creation that will allow bridgeMLS subscribers to create high quality listings with high resolution images on the device most convenient for them.”
“It is extremely important for bridgeMLS to provide leading technology solutions to our participants,” said Gustavo Rodriguez, Chief Operating Officer of bridgeMLS. “Bridge Listing Input provides a better tool to add and edit listings using a modern interface. There is simply no one else offering a solution like this.”
“By offering Bridge Listing Input to our subscribers, we are removing the challenges often associated with creating listings that attract consumers,” DaVina Lara, bridgeMLS Chief Executive Officer, added. “This brings our participants to the forefront of add and edit listing technology. Now our subscribers will be able to create the highest quality listings along with images on the device of their choosing.”