The high points of MLS control *State constitutions grant homeowners inalienable property “control” and “disposition” rights. *Homeowners sign listing agreements that give the MLS marketing responsibilities for a limited period of time. *Homeowners never knowingly assign their constitutional property rights over to the MLS forever. *MLSs breach the terms of listing agreements as they misappropriate expired listings. *MLSs traffick in expired listings to sell database subscriptions and control a community of realtors. *MLSs are in a position to conspire and collude for or against homeowners, for or against buyers. *MLSs’ unauthorized data sharing and collusion creates encumbrances on homes. *MLSs, when challenged by homeowners, cite the privileges of being an Internet republisher.