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
Constellation Web Solutions
Dynamic Page Solutions
Real Estate Digital
Real Estate Webmasters