I would continue to pay the PMI for the first year, after that if you pay for an appraisal, and establish the 20% equity requirement and prove your case, then lender will remove the PMI. Note that in order for you to do this...you must provide a letter to your lender asking that you would like them to consider this proposition.
You need a real estate professional to list your home on an MLS. You may also list your property with a "Limited Service Agency" who will offer your home on the MLS.
Let the lender select the appraiser. Once you have initiated your loan process, it usually takes 2-4 weeks to complete the appraisal, depending on your area and how busy the market may be at that time.
Always get a Home Inspection. Does not cost a lot of money, and then you know what priorities you will need to tackle first.
Does your daughter want to sell the property, or use it as a rental property. Either way, the home has to be ready for sale and to show to renters. Need to spend a little money or a lot to make the home sale-able.
Ask a local Realtor who works in that neighborhood to provide you with a market analysis for your home.
Your listing will automatically be swept from your current MLS feed. You may add extra pictures as well.
You might want to find a lender that will do a portfolio loan. (A lender that will keep the loan in house rather than sell the loan) Check with a small regional bank or community bank.
As long as you can provide a lease agreement and prove that tenants have been current in their payment. That should be sufficient for most lenders.
I prefer using a digital camera, but sometimes I just use my smart phone. These smart phones have amazing features built in with an 8MP resolution. When you take a photo, it also has a larger screen to display the picture capture. In my opinion, these new phones are as good as the "point & shoot" digital cameras.