A few days ago, we notified you that the NWMLS, the Multiple Listing Service that provides all Seattle-area brokerages with listing information, would be down for a scheduled upgrade from noon on May 4th to noon on May 6th.
We’re checking in with NWMLS regularly and will continue to post updates as we learn more. As of 4:00 today, NWMLS reports that they’re close to restoring their file server that would allow us to get a large dump of new listings; however, it may be a couple days before we begin to receive an automated feed of listings that’s updated every 15 minutes.
Thanks very much for your patience.
Update – May 7th: The NWMLS is still working to bring their system back up, but in the meantime we’ve manually pulled new listings for single family homes and condos from the past three days in Seattle and the Eastside so you can get a sense of the new inventory.
Update – May 8th at noon: The NWMLS is still working on the upgrade but based on what we hear from them we expect to have all new listings on our site by tomorrow at noon. We’ll let you know if that changes.
Update – May 9 at 9 a.m.: Our engineers are working hard this morning to test the new system from NWMLS. We still hope to be live at noon with new listings. Thanks again for the patience!
Update – May 9 at 1 p.m.: We’re back up and running with all new listings from the past five days and receiving new ones every 15 minutes! You won’t be able to see photos just yet but we’re working to bring those up as soon as possible.
Update – May 10 at 10:30 a.m.: We’re still working with NWMLS to get photos of new listings. We’ll continue to update the blog as we know more.
Update – May 10 at 5:30 p.m.: We’re starting to get photos for new listings from NWMLS and hope to have them all by this evening.