Section 1.1.17 Photos are Mandatory for Every Property Type
Photos are mandatory for every property type and must be entered during the same time frames described in Section 1 “Listing Procedures. The primary photo must be an exterior elevation view of the property and flagged as the primary photo within the NCRMLS. One of the first ten (10) photos shall be the best possible front elevation of the property as seen from the road. (BOM 02/07/19) With multifamily properties, this should show a photo of the exterior of the actual unit for sale. A land listing may be an aerial view. Where the MLS number has more than one property listed (see Section 1.8 Listing Multiple Unit Properties), the first photo must be one of the actual properties shown. The requirements of this paragraph shall not apply where a seller expressly directs that photographs of their property not appear in MLS compilations, provided the MLS Participant shall furnish a copy of the seller’s request to the Service. The Service incorporates Exhibit 3 “A Guideline for MLS Photos”Exhibit 3 “A Guideline for MLS Photos” attached to these Rules and Regulations.
No photo or virtual tour
entered into or linked to or from the service shall display:
any for sale or for lease sign;
no text except
specific allowances noted below
any information that identifies the subscriber
or the company;
any business card images or the like;
photo may display only physical characteristics of the subject property and its
immediate vicinity; it may not include any link to any location on the web.
Specific marking on photos submitted may include text and symbols for
clarification. Photos using
picture in a picture are allowed (BOM 1/10/2018). The MLS
Staff is authorized to remove any photo or virtual tour from the MLS that is
not in compliance with these rules.
Exhibit 3: Guidelines for Photos
MLS Rule Section 1: Photos are mandatory for every property type and must be entered during the same time frames described in Section 1 “Listing Section 1 “Listing Procedures”. The primary photo must be an exterior elevation view of the property and ...
Photos may be uploaded to the MLS
Section 2.10 Availability of Listed Property:
Listing brokers shall not misrepresent the availability of access to show or inspect listed property.(O)
Section 1.1.2 Coming Soon Delayed Marketing Date:
After completing Exhibit 8, a listing where a delayed marketing date is utilized or where the seller has not authorized display until a later date, must nevertheless be entered within 72 hours (excepting weekends, holidays and postal holidays) from ...
Exhibit 9: Can I List Multiple Property In a Single Agreement
Can I list multiple properties in a single agreement? Release Date: 3/5/2013 QUESTION: Our company markets new homes for a builder. The builder’s rep called us recently to request that instead of completing a separate listing agreement for each new ...