PREPARING FOR PHOTOGRAPHY
I'm sure by now, you've already started looking at houses online (hopefully on this site) to see what's out there.
Did you know:
42% of buyers say the first step in the home buying process is looking online.
92% used the internet in some way in their home search process
What this says is that most people are not looking at homes through traditional media sources; they're headed online. You get one chance to capture a buyers attention. Most won't make it past the 4th or 5th photo in your listing. A cluttered house or poor quality photos aren't going to help you; it'll actually hurt you!
A little staging goes a long way.
To make the most of your professional photos, it is important to use these tips to prepare for your photo shoot:
All Living Areas
- Put away personal items such as family photographs
- Open the blinds, make sure all light bulbs are in working order
- Remove evidence of pets such as food bowls, dog beds and toys
- Conceal cords if possible
- Remove door mats and other small throw rugs
- Straighten tables and chairs, arrange cushions and pillows
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