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110 Multiple Listing Services Approve N-Play's IDX Service on Facebook for Member Use

N-Play announces the recent addition of 10 new MLSs to its IDX Home Search(tm) on Facebook

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- N-Play, the leading provider of real estate applications on Facebook, today announces the addition of 10 new multiple listing services ("MLSs") to their agent-centric IDX Home Searchtm solution for Facebook. This brings the total to 110 MLS markets nationwide, allowing N-Play to reach nearly 700,000 agents serving up 1.35 million listings. N-Play's coverage also includes eight of the ten largest MLSs in the country.

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The newest markets introduced to N-Play's IDX Home Searchtm include: Southeast Minnesota Association of REALTORS® ("AOR"), Knoxville Area AOR, Oklahoma City Metropolitan AOR, Greater Greenville AOR (Greenville, SC), SWMRIC® MLS (Southwestern Michigan), Cape May County AOR (New Jersey), Triad MLS (North Carolina), Intermountain MLS (Boise, ID), SIRA MLS (Southern Indiana), and GENRIS (Greater Rochester, NY).

N-Play's IDX solution provides consumers with a comprehensive display of active listings in their local market, all from within the agent's Facebook business page. Agents who have joined N-Play's Real Estate Agent Directory and added the IDX service have listings automatically fed daily from the MLS. The Home Search is branded to the agent while protecting the integrity of MLS data. "Every day, more buyers and sellers look to Facebook to connect with agents and search for homes," said Jeffrey Gellman, Director of MLS Services at N-Play. "Leveraging Facebook's massive social connectivity extends the agent's reach by meeting consumers where they spend the majority of their online time."

Learn more about IDX Home Search at:  http://on.fb.me/1iIhZWQ

About N-Play

N-Play provides the premier social media platform on Facebook for the real estate marketplace that helps connect home buyers, sellers and real estate professionals. N-Play's flagship service, the Real Estate Agent Directorytm, features over 270,000 agents located in 14,500 U.S. cities. In addition to the Directory, the company provides social media services for networking, advertising, marketing, content management, referrals, CRM and offer management. Join the real estate conversationtm.

About Facebook

Facebook has reported over 1.2 billion users worldwide. In the U.S. market there are 75 million Facebook users between the ages of 35 and 64, a prime demographic for real estate.

Media Contact: 
Allysa Warren
Marketing Communications Manager
Email
904-800-1825

MLS/Broker Contact: 
Jeffrey Gellman  
Director of MLS Services 
Email

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