OSCRE

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OSCRE International
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AbbreviationOSCRE
Motto"Transforming the way digital information drives your real estate business."
TypeNon-Profit
Legal status501(c)(6) corporation incorporated in the state of Florida, United States of America
Purpose"The development and implementation of digital real estate information standards to enable effective data governance practices."
HeadquartersOrlando, FL USA
Region served
International
Membership
Fee Based
Official language
English
CEO
Lisa Stanley
Websitehttp://www.oscre.org/

OSCRE International, originally an acronym for Open Standards Consortium for Real Estate, is a member-based non-profit organization dedicated to the development and implementation of information exchange formats for real estate data, often also referred to as OSCRE. OSCRE has created and published a number of XML data schemas for both corporate real estate and investment applications.[1]

OSCRE originated primarily as a North American standard, but began collaborating with a similar European group known as PISCES as early as 2004. The two groups merged to form OSCRE International in 2010.[2]

See also[edit]

  • EbXML – a UN standard for business transactions.
  • XML – a meta-language for expressing standards.
  • OASIS – a standards body.
  • LIXI – a counterpart to OSCRE in the Australian market.
  • MISMO – an affiliated standards body in the US property market.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About OSCRE". 2017-08-08. Retrieved 2017-08-08. "OSCRE Standards – A Key to Improved Performance and the Internet of Things". Retrieved 2017-08-08.
  2. ^ OSCRE Americas, PISCES Consider Merger

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