The Top 5 Onblog Posts of 2014


Happy New Year! To recap these exciting, highly productive past 12 months, here are the top 5 Onblog posts of 2014 in order of most frequently read:

  1. The 2015 NAR Policy Checklist

Coming in as the fifth most popular post of 2015, The 2015 NAR Policy Checklist is an educational inforaphic that followed 2013’s NAR MLS Policy Changes. The infographic details each policy change’s purpose and what professionals can do to easily ensure they’re aligned to each policy. The infographic is viewable for free here.

  1. Stop Being so #$%& Cheap Already!

Penned by Onboard CEO Marc Siden, Stop Being so #$%& Cheap Already is a thought provoking February publication addressing the drawbacks and cost sensitivity of the real estate industry. If you have some time, I’d recommend you check it out. Even a year later the concepts addressed are highly applicable.

  1. Releases Top 25 Cities for Renters Raising Families Powered by Onboard

Throughout 2013, released a number of Best Places pieces using Onboard’s local data. The first piece in their series, Top 25 Cities for Renters Raising Families, comes in as the third most popular Onblog post of 2013.  For more on, you can also check out our post on their Top 10 Cities for Couples and Top 10 Cities for Singles.

  1. NAR Board of Directors Pass Policy Changes

NAR Board of Directors Pass Policy Changes is our initial recap and insight into last year’s NAR MLS policy changes. The post, being the second most successful Onblog post of 2014, details not only the policy changes but Onboard’s excitement surrounding the coming changes.

  1. Introducing Listings API +

And the most popular Onblog story of 2013? Introducing Listings API +, the launch and description of one of Onboard’s latest innovations. The Listings API + supports and provides access to 100+ MLSs while delivering IDX data in real-time to end users. The Listings API+ also features 25+ search filters and capabilities such as high photo integration. For more information on the Listings API +, check the post out for yourself.

2014 was a year of innovation, team work, and progress for Onboard and the real estate industry. Let’s see what 2015 has in store for us.

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