Unauthorized Access

Unauthorized Access

Providing your login name and password to anyone else to access your account is a violation of these Rules.
Do not share your login name and password.

The MLS employs sophisticated technology that detects any unauthorized access.


First Offense
Courtesy Notice, a required password reset and 2-step authentication
Second Offense
$500
Third Offense
$1,500 and loss of MLS privileges for 30 days
Fourth Offense
$4,500 and loss of MLS privileges for 90 days
Fifth Offense
$5,000 and loss of MLS privileges for 180 days.









    • Related Articles

    • Section 11.0.1 Access to Comparable And Statistical Information:

      REALTORS who are actively engaged in real estate brokerage, management, appraising, land development, or building, but who do not participate in the Service, are nonetheless entitled to receive, by purchase or lease, all information other than ...
    • Section 1.1.11 Water Access:

      Improved or unimproved land that itself is not waterfront but has access to a body of water by deeded rights via a separate parcel of land, boat slip, private boat ramp or thru common space/areas of a Homeowner association
    • Section 9.3 Complaints of Unauthorized Use of Listing Content:

      Any participant who believes another participant has engaged in the unauthorized use or display of listing content, including photographs, images, audio or video recordings, and virtual tours, shall send notice of such alleged unauthorized use to the ...
    • Section 12 Distribution:

      Participants shall, at all times, maintain control over and responsibility for each copy of and access to any MLS compilation* leased to them by NCRMLS, and shall not distribute any such copies to persons other than Subscribers who are an affiliated ...
    • Attic

      Table field that describes the kind of access, if any.