Photos are extremely important when marketing real estate. When taking your photos they should be in landscape mode. Portrait mode photos do not look good. When taking your MLS listing photos ALL photos should be shot using the same mode. Please note, per the rules and regulations of MLS, for sale signs, contact information and watermarking is not allowed on photos. You must own the rights to your photos or MLS may remove them. If you have previously listed your property with another Agent, they technically own the rights to the photos. With this being said, you should not search online for your old listing photos and look to reuse them without permission from the Agent.
Photo Allowance: up to 30 photos per listing. Photo allowance is subject to change but we will inform you of any changes made by MLS prior to activation.
Photo File Size: 512 x 400. Although MLSPIN provides optimal size, it is best to just send us the photos without resizing them. MLS will automatically resize the photos.
New Hampshire (NEREN)
Photo Allowance: up to 40 photos per listing. Photo allowance is subject to change but we will inform you of any changes made by MLS prior to activation.
Photo File Size: maximum resolution is 1280 x 960. If a photo is under the 125K limit but has a resolution of image size larger than 1280 x 960, compression will occur. If a photo is over 125K in file size, the image will be compressed to 125K. Note: this could result in a reduction in quality. For users who upload photos larger than the 125K limit, it is recommended that the images do not exceed 20MB in file size.
You should name the files in the order you would like them displayed. 1.jpg, 2.jpg, 3.jpg. If you do not specify the order, we will arrange them for you. The best approach is the start with one exterior photo > kitchen > first floor rooms > bathrooms > open areas > bedrooms > basement > exterior > landscaping. If you have a small bathroom skip it. There’s nothing gained by showing a toilet. Photos are meant to pique interest to get prospective buyer’s come to see your property in person. Showing too many photos can sometimes give a buyer’s a reason to not schedule a showing.
Sending Us Your Photos
All listing photos should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once received our system will send you an automated response informing you that we have received your photos. Our email provider (Google) allows a max size of 25 MB per email. If your photo file sizes are large, we will not receive your photo email and you will not receive an automated response by our system. If this occurs, batched your photos and send them in multiple emails. We recommend running photos through a free online photo compression service such as www.tinyjpg.com.
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