March 6, 2020
Real Estate Photos: Whats the Most Important Thing You Can Do?

Real Estate Photography: Important Tip

The first three-five photos need to be the absolute best!

Our biggest desire is for you to succeed, so we have been busy doing a little homework for you. We get to meet a lot of people during the day, which enables us to figure out how your clients think.

One of the most important things you can do to your real estate listing or business portfolio is to put the best possible photos at the beginning of your listing.

After asking many home sellers and buyers what they look for when they are looking at a house, we noticed two recurring themes.

  1. If they don’t see something amazing within the first five photos, they will move on to the next listing.

  2. When they go through the photos, they want to know the layout of the home.

We can help you.

When we take real estate photos, we make sure to concentrate on the first image; we take extra care of the first image to make sure it looks its best. We will perform minor photoshop to make it look more pleasant (for example, remove the dandelions form the grass.

We also the photos in a way that show the whole house so that the potential buyer does not need to use too much mental energy in figuring out the layout of the house. We order the photos in a specific manner that make the most logical sense as if they were walking through the home.

Heres an example of some recent work we did.

Thank You

We want to say thank you for taking the time to read this. Our desire is for our clients to succeed. We hope that this writing helped you in some way, and if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions feel free to reach out, we appreciate any feedback.

Lastly, we would be truly honored to have you share this article on social media.

We are a business that strives to make people successful by promoting them and their work through beautiful photos that tell a remarkable story about them.


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