Each MLS is different depending on the company managing it. Our MLS in this area can take up to 12 hours to update sometimes. You can add some time on to that for the listing to push up to the other website. So check with your realtor to follow up and they can in turn check with their administrative people to make sure everything is in.
Coldwell Banker Triad
They take their feeds from the local MLS, but depending on how often they draw the feed, can make the difference. It's rare that it's more frequently than overnight.
After that they are fed through the IDX (Internet Data Exchange) to Realtor.com and a host of other websites which also includes other real estate company websites. This process can take many days. I tell my clients it can take a week for everything to filter out through the Internet. Also, the Internet is like the Wild West. Once the listing information gets out there we often have little or no control as to how data is formatted, which data is displayed, where it ends up, or whether all of it is accurately displayed.
I once found one of my listings inaccurately combined with information from another Realtorâ€™s listing on a website in Poland (in Polish).
It looks like you are in Illinois. Our MLS is MLSNI (Multiple Listing Service of Northern Illinois) and it uploads photos, changes, etc. immediately. Have your agent send you a copy of your listing via email through the MLS and you should be able to see the changes.
As others stated, as far as uploading to other sites outside the MLS, it can take a couple of days for it to feed.
Good luck on your home sale!
I'm assuming you're in Illinois and for your pics to upload to various sites will take a couple of days. They immediately go on the mls, but as explained below, they use "feeds" and they can take a little time. For example, on realtor.com, I have posted pics on the mls and some took one day, while others took a few days. Good luck on your sale, the market is picking up!