|On May 27, 2008, NAR and the U.S. Department of Justice reached a favorable settlement, concluding a two-year DOJ investigation (followed by two and a half years of litigation) regarding NAR’s multiple listing policy as it pertained to the display of listings from the MLS on brokers’ virtual office Web sites, or VOWs.|
North Carolina Flat Fee MLS Broker Services
consumers may use a flat fee MLS broker and sell (or otherwise transfer title to the real property) to any person whom they procure (i.e. someone who is not represented by a "Buyer's Broker") without having to pay a buyer's brokerage commission or penalty.
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