Your broker will need a web site of his own that has an independent database that he can upload and post listings to. The web site will also need to have a script installed that pulls the listing data from the database and creates an XML file that he will then need to submit to Trulia. Trulia will access this XML file about every 3 days or so. Alternatively, he can create a static web site with his listings and submit that to be crawled, but this isn't the most efficient nor preferred process.
This may or may not make any sense. I've been a web developer for the past 11 years. I'm a fairly new licensed Realtor, but have been on the technology side of real estate for the past 9 years.
If you have any questions, feel free to email or call me. I can answer any questions you might have about this topic, giving you an outline of what your broker will need to get going online and where to start first.
Harrison K. Long, Realtor agent and broker, Coldwell Banker Previews
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