Edina Realty closes the door on Realtor.com

The Minnesota-based real estate company says listings from the national portal will be removed within 10 days. In November, Edina Realty announced it would no longer send listings to third-party real estate websites that aren't controlled by real estate brokerages.
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The Minnesota-based real estate company says listings from the national portal will be removed within 10 days. In November, Edina Realty announced it would no longer send listings to third-party real estate websites that aren't controlled by real estate brokerages.

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