Crye-Leike Real Estate Services, a leading real estate brokerage with over 3,000 agents in 112 offices in the southern US, has stated that it will no longer provide listing information to Trulia and Zillow in in Little Rock and Hot Springs, Arkansas.
According to a report in Inman News, the move follows a January decision by Crye-Leike to stop sending listing information to the online portals for Memphis, TN.
The company has claimed that increasing ad prices and inaccurate listing data from both Trulia as well as Zillow are the reason behind the cease of listings’ syndication.
Crye-Leike still sends its listings to realtor.com and Homes.com, and it claims to be monitoring those sites, particularly realtor.com, which Crye-Leike Executive Vice President Steve Brown has said it is planning to raise its prices on at least one of its ad products.
The above article has been sourced from Inman News, and can be read in its entirety by clicking here.