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All 135,000+ REALTORS® across Canada can access their data feeds through DDF®!

Technology Providers DDF® allows you to provide your web clients with access to Canada’s most comprehensive national data feed.

Become a technology provider and scale your REALTOR® website business today.

What they’re saying

“ DDF® has allowed us to integrate with a single data provider and unlock all of Canada as a potential market for our business. It has also given members from smaller boards who may not have the in-house technology required to allow their agents to have automatic listing functionality on their websites and the ability to operate on the same level as their larger market colleagues.”


Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a cost to becoming a technology provider?

Every new technology provider is subject to a $500 onboarding fee. The fee structure can be found here and is based on the number of data feeds you operate.

Do I need to become a technology provider to build websites for REALTORS®?

No, data feeds are usually available from local boards or associations. If you want to work with listing data sourced through DDF®, then you must sign a data access agreement with DDF®.

What am I allowed to do with the listing data?

Technology providers can build personal websites for REALTORS® only. A full list of rules can be found here.

What listing data can I access?

National Shared Pool: A data feed consisting of participating brokerages from across Canada (except for Quebec and Manitoba).

Member Website Feeds: A data feed consisting of just the personal listings of a REALTOR® or all listing from their brokerage.

What real estate boards do you work with? DDF® is operated by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA). We work with all boards and associations in Canada and REALTORS® from these boards choose whether to send their data to other websites via DDF®. Currently, Manitoba and Quebec boards and associations do not participate in the National Shared Pool.

What is the difference between IDX, VOW, and DDF®?

VOW – Virtual office websites allow visitors to register with a brokerage’s website using a password and to search the website for MLS® System listings. VOW feeds often include private remarks and sold prices which are governed by different rules than IDX and REALTOR. Ca DDF® data feeds.

IDX – An internet data exchange allows brokerages, through reciprocal agreements, to display each other’s listings on their websites for advertising purposes.

DDF® – Similar to IDX, DDF® is for advertising purposes, however only DDF® can provide the quantity of listings, the accuracy of data and the level of security that your business requires.

How often do you update the listing data?

Listing data is updated an average of 46 times per day.

Get started with DDF® in three easy steps


Tell us about your product, company and business so we can determine your eligibility.


Our team will review your application and contact you within a week.


Sign an agreement with us and begin integrating our data feed into your platform.

Review our technical documentation.