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Prospective Data Recipients

You will first need to Register for an account and, after you have registered, you will need to sign a data licensing agreement. Click here for a step-by-step overview of the data license application process.
We provide access to MLS data via our application programming interface ("API").
  • Third party companies/vendors who are providing a product[s] to brokers, agents, and/or appraisers who are members of UtahRealEstate.com. Click here to verify whether your real estate professional client is a member of UtahRealEstate.com.
  • Brokers, employees of brokerages, and agents (with authorization from their broker) who have the technical capability to pull data via our API.
Yes, the company or individual who will be accessing the API is required to sign a licensing agreement with UtahRealEstate.com that makes them responsible for that data access.
We have "standard" data feeds that we can provide for commonplace products, such as an IDX feed, VOW feed, and a full feed. However, we tailor data feeds to specific products as needed.

Your use of MLS data must exclusively be for developing and providing a product[s] to a broker, agent, and/or appraiser that is a member of UtahRealEstate.com. To avoid any confusion, your licensing agreement will contain a "Product Description" section, which serves as our mutual understanding of how you are authorized to use the MLS data.

Unless explicitly stated in your license agreement, you cannot use MLS data for your own internal business purposes.

We license data for a wide array of different products. No product request is off the table as long as your use complies with our licensing agreement and the MLS Rules (as applicable).

All data access requests are considered on a request by request basis.

Some example of product for which we license data includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Internet Data Exchange ("IDX") listing search websites, mobile applications, and/or audio devices
  • Customer Relationship Management ("CRM") products
  • Statistical and internal analytics tools
  • Virtual Office Websites ("VOWs")
  • Comparative Market Analysis ("CMA") products
  • Automated Valuation Models ("AVMs")
  • Print and digital listing marketing materials
  • Listing syndication or portal websites (i.e. third party listing search websites)

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Yes, UtahRealEstate.com is RESO DD certified. The certification version is 1.6 Platinum.

UtahRealEstate.com provides a RESO Certified Web API. The certification type is RESO Web API 1.0.2 Platinum Server Certification with OpenID Connect. The certificate version is 1.0.2 Platinum.

If you experience an issue regarding UtahRealEstate.com's API please contact the Data Licensing department at licensing@utahrealestate.com. To help assist our team research and resolve your issue in a timely manner please format your report as follows:

  • Vendor name
  • Username
  • Issue type
  • Query used
  • Response received
  • Expected response

Current Data Recipients