MM – Compressing Real Estate Part 2

Two Mini-Compressor Mondays ago, we looked at what a fictional real estate posting would look like with pictures compressed to meet an upload maximum of 10 MB.

We continue the series today with another fictional property* that’s for sale.

Urban Heaven – 500 sq ft studio with 1 bath… Close to all amenities

A cool fountain in the main lobby welcomes you to this ultra-modern and centrally located building, steps from public transportation.  The first thing you’ll see when entering your studio suite is the view!  There is a spacious living/dining/sleeping room.  The kitchen is complete with upgraded touches like granite counters and stainless steel appliances.  The full bathroom has it all – including in suite laundry!  What more could you want?  Don’t delay, buy today!

And… that’s where the beauty stops.  The photos total 16.4 MB, again, over the 10 MB maximum imposed by the real estate website.  Rather than ditch 3 of the photos, the cool and modern Mini-Compressor will reduce all the image sizes in a matter of seconds, leaving you with photos that will upload to website while keeping the quality intact.  Now, that’s an amenity I can handle!

Here are the full size photos:

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Here are the same shots, made smaller using a Compression Index of 90.  Total album size = 9.28 MB.

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Now that’s something you can appreciate in a “buyer’s market”!

* Still sticking with a realistic listing without ripping off someone else’s real estate listings or photos.  These are photos taken around Edmonton and Seattle with an iPhone 4S.

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