MLS DataCharacteristics. Market Status. Sales History … and more!
MLS Data Complements Assessor and Recorder Data
ATTOM has heightened the overall coverage of its nationwide database with the addition of MLS listing and sales data, complementing its supply of assessor and recorder data. This MLS analytics data brings to the table more than 70 million listings and 45 million sales, with an average MLS history of 11 years.
MLS Data That’s Always Up-to-Date
Since MLS data is updated frequently by local MLS platforms, ATTOM’s aggregated dataset is continually being updated as well. With nationwide coverage the MLS data is standardized in a common format, allowing for easy integration and analysis.
How Can You Use ATTOM’s MLS Data?
Real Estate Companies
While MLS listing data belongs to the listing agent and the local MLS platform, other real estate companies can use the data to internally analyze market trends for a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA).
Real Estate Investment Firms
Deriving current market trends and analysis are imperative to investors when evaluating investment potential for a market. MLS data added to assessor and recorder data, can help derive this competitive advantage.
Insurers need current market data when assessing risk and MLS data, added to assessor and recorder data, allows them to better determine the correct insurance rate on a property.
Mortgage underwriters rely on current housing market data when deciding whether to approve a loan and MLS data can be a determining factor in their decision-making process.
For appraisal management firms who need clear, concise market data with which to accurately valuate market, MLS data – including HOA data – can provide clearly derived baselines.
For economists and other industry analysts, the addition of MLS data can give a more well-rounded and accurate picture with which to break down potential market trends.