MIBOR Service Corporation
MIBOR Service Corporation is based out of Indianapolis, IN and has been serving central Indiana realtors since 1912. Today, MIBOR has more than 8,500 members that take advantage of the market insights, listings, and technology resources available through their system. The Indiana MLS covers much of the central Indiana region and beyond, including Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Bloomington, Evansville, and Carmel. MIBOR prides itself on ensuring an efficient marketplace, strengthening communities, and providing the best resources to serve their clients.
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- Agents: approx. 8,500
MIBOR MLS Fees
MIBOR Service Corporation charges a fee to access the IDX data feed. Your share of the fee is $5 per month.
Associations Shown in Property Search
- Bartholomew County Board of REALTORS®
- Jackson County Board of REALTORS®
- Jennings County Board of REALTORS®
- MIBOR REALTOR® Association
- Putnam County Board of REALTORS®
Helpful information about MIBOR for agents
What tools does MIBOR have in place that can help an agent be more successful?
MIBOR Broker Listing Cooperation (BLC), MIBOR Market Insights, Homesnap Pro, Down Payment Resource, Homes Connect, Sentrilock, Ziplogix, Realtors Property Resource (RPR), Remine, ShowingTime, Realist, DownstreamIDX, RE Technology, MIBOR.com leads, Realtor.com.
Does MIBOR provide any training for the tools mentioned above?
MIBOR offers members Tech Trainings each month that go over any recent updates to member tools. They also provide recorded classes that offer core BLC Training, various workshop series, technology/tools webinars, and on-demand videos. The MIBOR website also facilitates online learning for when members need training on the fly!
What is the governing body for MIBOR?
MIBOR is governed by the Indiana Real Estate Commission.
How does a new member go about being added to the MLS?
Interested members need to complete the membership application on the MIBOR website, await their welcome email login details and promptly sign up for the new member orientation within 90 days. Members are encouraged to install the SentriSmart app.
How does MIBOR help enrich its members and engage in corporate social responsibility?
MIBOR NextGen gives rising real estate professionals access to resources and networking opportunities. They host 6 annual events, including community service opportunities. MIBOR Real Estate Academy of Leadership offers candidates a chance to move up in leadership in the real estate industry. The MIBOR REALTOR Foundation helps support, serve, and house those in need and provides volunteer opportunities for members!
What kind of local real estate trends, statistics, and information does MIBOR provide to individual agents?
The MIBOR website offers to the public monthly market insights and reports. Many of the tools available to members provide a more in-depth look at the monthly data as well.
Does MIBOR support Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO)?
MIBOR is RESO-Certified and provides their IDX users with consistency across MLS platforms.
What external sites receive MLS data from MIBOR?
Zillow, Trulia, ListHub (access to 50+ additional sites), MIBOR.com, and REALTOR.com. as well as other sites receive MLS data from mibor.
What listing statuses are included in IDX feeds through MIBOR?
Active, active with contingency, pending and coming soon are all listing statuses through MIBOR.
What types of memberships do you offer?
MIBOR offers standard Broker, Appraiser, Affiliate, BLC-only access, Admin and Appraiser trainee subscriptions.
What are the requirements for membership in the MLS and IDX?
MIBOR follows the NARs model for REALTOR association-owned MLSs. See more. Interested individuals must be licensed real estate agent.
Does MIBOR offer continuing education (CE) classes?
MIBOR offers several classes, webinars, and training through their website. MIBOR also offers license renewal and continuing education for members through various education providers.
Are there multiple associations/boards affiliated with MIBOR?
There are different boards and associations affiliated with MIBOR.
More Valuable Information on MIBOR
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IDX (or Broker Reciprocity) is a program that allows MLS Participants to display listings from other brokerages on their own agent and office websites. Simply put, the IDX program manages the listing search utilities on internet displays owned and operated by local agents and offices. The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) created IDX and gives each MLS a strict set of guidelines on participation in the program and the display of the listings. Showcase IDX provides the tools that your clients use to access the listings.
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