One of the most important tools I bring to the table as a listing agent is professional photography. I schedule a photo session with a real estate photographer for every home I list. Today’s curb appeal is digital, and if you don’t have quality photos of a home online then it will be difficult to get buyers through the door. Professional photography is key to creating the necessary curb appeal that will lead to a timely sale of your home.
There’s work to be done before I can schedule the photo shoot, so I can present your home in its best light. Another tool I’ve gained from my 18 years in real estate is the ability to help sellers get their home ready to be professionally photographed. Realtor Magazine published a helpful article that outlines 5 things that need to be done to achieve the best quality photos of a home you can, and these 5 items are so important. They are all part of what I do to help your home be ready to say “Cheese!”
- To get the best photos you need quality equipment and editing software, aka hire a pro photographer!
- Your knickknacks are not photogenic. In real estate photography, less is more.
- Dirt really shows in photos. Really, it does.
- The weather a few days before the photo session is just as important as the day of.
- Those little details do count – do a final sweep through the house before the photo session.
Click here to read the whole Realtor Magazine article.