Connect your website to CRMLS
Import the CRMLS properties you wish. Enable data synchronization and listings to sync and delete automatically.
To get the feed CRMLS API feed must follow the below steps:
Once your request is approved, you must enter the data License Agreement with CRMLS to obtain access to the feed.
How to contact California Regional MLS
Founded in 1980, California Regional MLS (CRMLS) is the nation’s largest and most recognized subscriber-based MLS database for real estate. It serves over 110,000 Real Estate Professionals from 39 Associations, Boards, and MLS organizations. California Regional MLS (CRMLS) was formerly a Multi-Regional Multiple Listing Service. The name “California Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRMLS)” was adopted in 2010.
CCRMLS provides real estate professionals access to accurate data and a suite of technology products designed to help their business to thrive.
Currently, 70% of listings for sale in California are available to the users of CRMLS, 45% from CRMLS subscribers, and 25% from brokers in other markets through data-sharing agreements with other partners’ MLSs.
California Regional MLS (CRMLS) core values and priorities are:
California Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRMLS) is committed to high standards of professionalism and performance.
To access CRMLS, you must be a member of one of these Associations/Boards of REALTORS®. They will provide the details to access the CRMLS database.
CRMLS (California Regional Multiple Listing Service) covers multiple counties in California. The counties covered may vary based on the specific MLS region, but generally, CRMLS covers counties such as:
Within these counties, CRMLS also covers many of the cities and towns located within their boundaries. However, it’s worth noting that not all areas within these counties may be covered by CRMLS, as some regions may have separate MLS systems.
The coverage area may vary depending on the participating Association of Realtors, Board of Realtors, or MLS.
There are 39 Participating AORs/BORs/MLSs in CRMLS: Arcadia, Burbank, Citrus Valley, Greater Downey, East Valley, Fresno, Glendale, Greater Southern MLS, High Desert, Inglewood, Inland Valleys, Joshua Tree Gateway, Laguna, Lake County, Madera, Mariposa County, Merced County, Montebello District. Newport Beach, North San Diego County, North San Luis Obispo County, Orange County, Oroville, Pacific Southwest, Pacific West, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Paradise, Pasadena-Foothills, Pismo Coast, Rancho Southeast, San Luis Obispo Coastal, Sierra North Valley, South Bay, Southland Regional, CRISNet, Southwest Riverside County, The Inland Gateway, Tri-Counties. Ventura County Coastal, and West San Gabriel Valley.
There are 14 Data Share AORs in CRMLS:
4 Reciprocal Access AORs/BORs collaborate with CRMLS:
CRMLS also provided services in the following 15 additional Service Areas
California Regional MLS (CRMLS) subscribers are part of the nation’s largest, robust, property-centric MLS database. It has adopted the RESO standards, the Real Estate Standard Organisation that establishes the Nationally Recognized standards for transmitting Real Estate data.
CRMLS achieved the RESO Data Dictionary Platinum Certification in 2015.
At CRMLS, subscribers get the following:
Through CRMLS can be found below listing types:
Through CRMLS, subscribers have access to the following:
CRMLS offers a cost-effective solution for listing and searching for properties in California, with affordable subscription fees and no hidden costs or charges.
To get more information on how to join the CRMLS, you can visit their website at crmls.org and follow these steps:
A CRMLS representative will contact you to provide more information on the requirements, costs, and process for joining CRMLS.
To join CRMLS (California Regional Multiple Listing Service), you must be a licensed real estate broker or agent in California and be a member of one of the participating Associations of Realtors, Boards of Realtors, or MLSs. Here are the steps you can follow to join CRMLS:
If CRMLS does not cover your area, you may consult this list: Multiple Listing Services (MLS) in California and find a suitable association to join.