Move, Inc. and Zillow, Inc. Sign New Listing Syndication Agreement for ListHub (MOVE)

ListHub operator Move, Inc.,
MOVE
and Zillow, Inc., today announced a long term content syndication agreement for the ListHub publishing network.   ListHub is the largest online syndicator of real estate listings to real estate web sites and provider of performance reports for brokers, franchises, and Multiple Listing Services. ListHub is Zillow's largest listings syndication partner. This agreement confirms Zillow and Move's commitment to the publishing and syndication of  accurate MLS real estate listings. As a result of the new agreement, ListHub will continue to send approximately two million listings to Zillow directly from 358 MLSs every day representing 40,000 brokers throughout the United States. In addition, Zillow will now provide web site and mobile metrics and listing performance data to ListHub for inclusion in reports that brokers, agents and franchises use when working with clients to evaluate the value of publishing destinations and efficiently manage their online marketing strategies.

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