Rentals and Renewing a Listing

How does the First Sold Photo System handle renewals of expired MLS listings?

Answer: The First Sold Photo System will check each morning to see if new listings have the same Tax ID as a property with already existing photos. First Sold Photo will send an email with a link to duplicate the photos of the old listing to the new listing record in the IREC database. After duplication of photos, First Sold Photo will check the media section of your TEMPO listing and post slideshows, property website, and photos where necessary. We will not over-write already posted photos unless directed to do so. All new MLS information will be posted to the record to maintain a management page for the listing.

How does the First Sold Photo System handle rentals of “for sale” MLS listings?

Answer: The First Sold Photo System will check each morning to see if new rentals have the same Tax ID as a property with already existing photos. First Sold Photo will duplicate the photos to the new MLS rental number and record in the First Sold Photo database. After duplication of photos, First Sold Photo will check the media section of your TEMPO listing and post slideshows, property website, and photos where necessary. We will not over-write already posted photos unless directed to do so. All new MLS information will be posted to the record to maintain a management page for the listing.

How can I renew an expired listing manually?

Answer: Go to Inactive Media Archives, follow the directions to find the expired listing. Click the address of the property. Navigate to “Miscellaneous”, “Load Media to Other MLS #”, then enter the new MLS number to move the photos to

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