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What is an IDX?  How Do I Get One?

IDX stands for “internet data exchange” and covers a wide range of software products manufactured by third-party vendors for MLS subscribers. While some details may differ between IDX products, they are all public-facing tools that allow clients to search MLS data. This is done through a feed that goes out to IDX participants (other ARMLS subscribers).  IDXs were once known as “broker data share” or “broker reciprocity” because they were a way for brokers to advertise each other’s listings.

How Do I Get an IDX Website or IDX on My Website? Is There a Vendor List?

MLS Subscribers have the option of putting an IDX software product on their website or having a vendor build a website to allow their clients to search the MLS. 
Contact an IDX vendor from our IDX vendor list.

Note from the editor – the IDX vendor list is not an endorsement of vendors but a list of vendor choices. The IDX solutions below range from simple websites to full scale relationship software. The free frame that ARMLS provides is through Diverse Solutions (http://armls.diversesolutions.com/). This list was last updated on 4/4/2017.

A La Mode
AgentJet
BlueRoof360
BoomTown
BrokerCloud
BX3
Cinc
Constellation Web Solutions
CoreLogic
Curaytor
Dakno
Diverse Solutions
Dynamic Page Solutions
Firepoint
Flexmls IDX
Home Junction
HomeASAP
Homefinder
Homes.com
IDX Broker
IFoundAgent
iHOUSEweb
Kunversion
Market Leader
Placester
Positioning4Profits
ProAgent Websites
Real Estate Digital
Real Estate Webmasters
Real Geeks
Showcase IDX
Smarter Agent
SuccessWebsite
Superlative
Tigerlead
Total Expert
Trend Websites
Websitebox
WolfNet
Zillow