I recently photographed a home in University Heights that was just like the home my husband and I bought soon after we were married. It was where we learned how to do home improvement, learned how to compromise on decorating tastes, brought home our first puppy, and later our daughter, needless to say we have many fond memories of the time we spend there. I still drive by it if I'm in the area.
I did a search to see other homes in the area and was surprised to see that very few had good quality photos. Even lighting, straight verticals, use of a wide angle lens... While I know the profit margin is much smaller on these types of homes, do they not deserve to look their best online? After all, the typical age range of potential buyers of this type of home will probably be starting their search on the Internet even before they consider contacting an agent. Yesterday's curb appeal is now Web Appeal.
With the high volume of homes in this price range what better way to stand out than to have great photos!
Here's some shots of the home.
Blue skies are always a must, even if they have to be added!
Bright even lighting comes from multiple flash units, and make sure you show any window views!
Wide angle lens are a must for small rooms and bathrooms, they are important to show too!