Real Estate APIs

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Utilizing multiple MLS data sets has never been easier! Data Rabbit is able to locate, connect to, and standardize any number of MLS data sets into one API that can be used for search, data analysis, and more.

Our Process

Confirm MLS Access

After you complete the intake form, we will reach out to you to confirm that you currently are able to access your MLS data.

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We Handle the Import

As soon as permissions are granted by your MLSs, we will import, normalize, and combine listing data into a singular API that only you can access.

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The Rest is Up to You!

With unlimited API calls, geocoding, and all listing photos, your ability to use your data is limited only by your imagination (or your MLS data rules)!

It’s Data Time!

One API for Multiple Data Sources.

Data Rabbit API provides a unique solution to quickly and seamlessly import all MLS data sources into one easy-to-use RESO Web API.

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How does Data Rabbit API work?

As experts in RETS and RESO Data Dictionary, we handle the complex issues of importing real estate data so you don’t have to. Once MLS data permissions are granted, we can fully integrate our API with any MLS feed and provide you with detailed listing data that you can use in a variety of ways: search, data analysis, and more.

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Data Rabbit API is uniquely powerful.

As the only solution with unlimited API calls, geocoding, and the ability to import all listing photos, Data Rabbit API provides an unrivaled level of detail and depth.

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Data Rabbit FAQs

That depends on how much you like signing MLS data agreements! As there are more than 500 MLSs nationwide, and no centralized MLS data feed, accessing all of them would require data agreements with each and every one. Additionally, since each listing service has their own rules, regulations and fees, nationwide access is not impossible, but would be extremely difficult. Luckily, with Data Rabbit API, accessing any number of MLSs via a licensed broker in good standing is relatively quick and easy. 

Rules can vary greatly from one MLS to another, but generally they have one guiding principle: their data is only available to their members in good standing. This means that in order to get your own data feed, you must be, or have access to, a broker that is a member in good standing of that MLS. That broker must submit a request in writing to the MLS for access to the feed.

After that, the process is normally straightforward and we will walk through every step with you. 

Data Rabbit API is a RESO Web API and is Data Dictionary compliant. The API can connect to any MLS, with the necessary permissions.

Yes, but Data Rabbit API does not offer any website support. We strictly provide the normalized data for you to use how you please, as long as it complies with MLS data agreement rules. 

No, we do not. If the issue involves stale data or the API itself, we will make sure the API is functioning properly. All other issues related to your website are outside the scope of Data Rabbit’s services.  

If you want to publicly display your data, you will need an IDX (RETS or VOW) feed. For back-office feeds, used for internal analytics and agent tools, those vary from MLS to MLS. As you onboard with Data Rabbit API, we can make sure you get the data feed you need. 

As long as you are able to request access per MLS data agreement rules, Data Rabbit API can connect to as many data feeds as you would like. 

No. Data Rabbit provides unlimited API calls. Query the database as often as you need.

This depends on the size of the MLS. Once data agreements are finalized, the data import and mapping can be completed within 1 to 3 business days.  

For any questions regarding your MLS data feeds, troubleshooting, or errors, please email

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If you’d like to become a Data Rabbit client, please fill out an intake form. Once submitted, you will receive an email follow up within one business day.

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