If your listing has multiple parcels, check 'Yes' for 'Multiple Parcels.'
Listing Multiple Parcel Properties.
- Commercial Listings: All commercial properties that have their own tax parcel number, adjoining or not, must be entered on the MLS as individual properties with different MLS numbers. Commercial Properties with their own tax parcel number that are included in a package sale should reference each MLS number in the Public Remarks of each listing and state properties must be sold together as part of a package sale. (7/21/05 amended 6/24/10, 10/28/10)
- Residential Lease: When multiple units for lease have the same tax parcel id number each unit which is for lease shall be entered as a separate MLS Listing (10/23/08 amended 6/24/10.)
- Residential or Vacant Land Listings: When multiple parcels are combined onto one MLS#, or the individually entered parcels "must be sold with" other parcels the "Multiple Parcel Property" field must be marked "Y."
- Listings should reference each MLS number in the Public Remarks of each listing and state properties may be sold together as part of a package sale.
If an individual property/lot is sold separately from the other property(s)/lot(s) listed in the Package Listing that property/lot must be entered/modified in the MLS system with details of the sale and the Package Listing shall be edited to show the property/lot sold separately is no longer available.
[Section 2.24 (MLS Technology, Inc. Rules & Regulations)]