IRVINE, Calif. — CoreLogic®, a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, announced the launch and immediate availability of an upgraded version of Trestle™, the national data marketplace created by CoreLogic to address the fundamental data access problems that real estate brokers, technology providers and multiple listing organizations struggle with every day.
The upgrades support core contracting and data distribution via the Trestle platform. The end-to-end workflow makes it easier for technology providers to establish business relationships with multiple listing organizations and obtain unified data feeds that comply with the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) the dictionary and API standards. Close to 100 multiple listing organizations representing approximately 500,000 subscribers have already signed up for Trestle—with many more likely to participate.
“This kind of early success heralds a very bright future for the Trestle platform,” said Chris Bennett, general manager of Real Estate Solutions for CoreLogic. “Up next, we’ll be rolling out all the bells and whistles that will truly make Trestle a premier data management solution, including full ecommerce capabilities and access to our gold-standard property data and AVM content.”
To help technology providers get up to speed with Trestle, CoreLogic has collaborated with RESO and the Austin Board of REALTORS® to deploy the Developer Reference Server. Powered by the Trestle platform, the Developer Reference Server provides access to a full compendium of RESO-compliant listing data from the previous year.
“By providing effective developer tools and resources, we aim to spur rapid adoption of Trestle among technology vendors in 2017,” said Bennett. “Single-point on-demand access to enhanced listing and property data is the way of the future, and CoreLogic is delivering it.”
For more information on Trestle, visit Trestle at CoreLogic.
*CMLS posts press releases and other items from member organizations and posting does not indicate endorsement. Please see posting guidelines here.