Not all listings are created equal, and in this fast progressing marketing environment, it is important to stay on the cutting edge, or one up on the next agent. Majority of house hunters in today’s online driven world use the internet first to find the house of their choice. Home buyers are consumers that are increasingly competent with more technology devices such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones; This is where they want to shop, and how they prefer to search for homes. This trend shows that buyers recognize the usefulness of technology, and will notice professional photos versus point-and-shoot or cell phone pictures.
Great photography can draw a buyer in. Bad photography can turn them away. Professional photographs will show a property at its very best. It has been clearly shown that listing with professional photographs gained more eyeballs and thus
But not all Real Estate Photographers are the same:
- Ensure you Real Estate Photographers photographs are consistent, not overly photoshopped, show poor lighting and portray what is one the ground.
- They distort architecture lines – all walls in a house are vertical so it is imperative that the photographer ensures that all horizontal and vertical lines are straight.
- Take badly composed images – a good photographer will examine the room and take the
best composedimage to portray that space.
fake lookingphotos – HDR is often mis-usedresulting in fake lookingimages rather than showcasing something that resembles what we see through our eyes.
After taking note of the above, please review the images below and you will see what professional real estate photographs should look like. Please consider Anthony Grote Photography for your future Real Estate listings, and hopefully this will help in the sale of your property, even in these tough economic times.
(Images below were taken for Wakefields Property Group, Campbell Property Group and Remax Panache.)