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Clean, Crisp and FAST: Introducing the New MRIS Slideshow!

March 8, 2012  |  by Tim

A photo speaks a thousand words – especially in real estate. That’s why we’ve upgraded the biggest decision making tool of them all, the MRIS Slideshow. With more than 90,000 Matrix Email+ links sent every day, your clients will love the new modern design and added perks!

Not only are photos bigger, they sport a higher resolution so clients can have a clear, crisp vision of what their new living room, bedroom or kitchen would look like. With the new MRIS Slideshow, your clients will be able to sort photos by room type for the first time. With one-click, your clients can fast forward to view photos of the rooms that matter most to them. This customizable view will help clients make decisions on a listing earlier, and help you close deals faster than ever before.

Features of the new Matrix Slideshow include:

  • NEW! Sort photos by room type.
  • NEW! Use arrow buttons on your keyboard (no mouse clicks needed!) to quickly navigate through photos.
  • NEW! View photos on an iPad or iPhone.
  • Improved size! Bigger, higher resolution photos help represent the listing.

The MRIS Slideshow will be visible on Matrix Email+ and HomesDatabase.com for your clients, and potential clients, to enjoy! To see what your customers will see, select the Virtual Tour link in any Matrix listing display.


 

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3 responses to “Clean, Crisp and FAST: Introducing the New MRIS Slideshow!”

  1. […] the new MRIS Slideshow launched two weeks ago, thousands of potential homebuyers have been benefiting from its modern new […]

  2. When is MRIS going to stop mangling the photos we upload? Many agents now spend money on professional photography only to find that their photos have been resized resulting in fuzzy images. Clients are mad!! Please make this a priority!!!

  3. rickmurdock says:

    When I click on the MRIS virtual tour, I get the screen and all that, but no pictures appear.

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