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Make as little of the content obligatory as possible before the form can be submitted. Users should be able to return to it later and add extra info if they want to.
Take a look at these websites: www.roomorama.com www.wimdu.com www.9flats.com https://www.vayable.com/experiences-edit/new https://www.stay4free.com/step1 On many of these sites, you can simply sign up with Facebook and access the listing property page. In the last two links I think those have their sections broken down very well.
As users can begin and finish registration at different points depending on their circumstances a Wizard seems like the most practical solution. Breadcrumbs seem like a good solution but they do not provide any concept of an end point, breadcrumbs could theoretically go on forever which the user would not want. I was thinking a percentage based tracker ...
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