Here is a sample of the video I supply, at no extra charge. I don’t want to mislead anyone when I use the word video so let me explain what I mean after you watch the video here. Just click on the play arrow and feel free to select full screen mode. This video will display quite nicely on a 27 inch monitor although it is starting to get a little fuzzy, anything bigger and the quality will degrade. Anything smaller and the results will be almost the same as what you see here. Play it on your phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop. The quality will be the same, the only downside will be ┬áthe speed of your internet connection.


I produce this video from the photographs I take of your listing. Some will say this is simply a slide show, the difference is the photographs have been moved into a video creator where I can add smooth animation and licensed music and it is saved in an MP4 video format. You can download the video file I give you via a Dropbox link, then upload it to any website, your MLS listing, or send it to someone as a standalone file which any video player will display.

I also place this video on a website I have set up for one purpose only, to display only your video and nothing else. Unlike placing a video on YouTube, when the video ends, it ends, The only two options available to the viewer are to play it again or go back to the realtors website. The videos typically run 90 seconds to 2 1/2 minutes depending on the number of photographs. Videos longer than 2 1/2 to 3 minutes start to lessen the viewers attention. No other video will show up, no ads, none of the somewhat annoying choices what to watch next when you place your video on YouTube. However if you have your own YouTube channel you can keep the choices limited to what video will play next.

I developed a template page for these videos which will display some minimal information, somewhat like a one page website but not quite as elaborate. This will be perfect for realtors who do not have their own website and want an independent presence on the internet for their listings, separate from a company website. You can view the video on one of my BLOG posts here:

A Sample Listing Video Page