No, the MLS can continue operating under existing local policy, which may provide for voluntary submission of different property types, like land, rentals, and new construction. Business practices in different markets for these property types may vary and only call for voluntary submission. If the listing broker has a choice to submit a particular exclusive listing to the MLS, the listing broker is not obligated to submit that listing because it is publicly marketed. The new policy on Clear Cooperation only covers exclusive listings of property types that require mandatory submission.
Further, the existing deadline for submitting listing information to the MLS remains intact, unless the property is publicly marketed in which case the property listing information must be submitted to the MLS within the one (1) business day deadline.