Your daily scenario: a client approaches you and wants to list their home. They know your reputation and were referred by another client you’ve worked closely with. While it is a smaller home, they’re proud of the condition that it’s in and would love to work with you. Because word-of-mouth is important to your business, you agree to take a look at their home and assure them you’ll help with their listing.
Ever since photographing my first home I have always enjoyed real estate photography. Just recently I have been given the opportunity to get back into photographing real estate on the weekends and I am loving it! Just this week I got to photograph a roughly 3,200 sq ft home down near the Mountains Edge area of Las Vegas. This home featured 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
Technology has changed the way home buyers search for homes. With the introduction of services like Zillow, Realtor, and Redfin potential buyers are searching for homes at the click of a button. With this increased use of online resources to list and attract potential buyers, agents need to put their best foot forward and showcase the listing in the best way possible. The images posted online are the first impression you can make on potential buyers, and the lack of professional images make a lasting poor impression. Here are 5 reasons why you should use a professional real estate photographer.
It is 2018 and 26% of Americans are online constantly according to a study by the Pew Research Center. With the rise in people being online it is time to be sure we are marketing to them! Today I share a few ways on how to help improve your digital presence.