home: Tips For Taking Great Real Estate Photos - 10/07/09 03:25 AM
You have heard it all before that home staging and real estate photographers are on the same wave lengths, that's probably why they have the same clients (Realtors). Your marketing plan should include both a home stager and a real estate photographer to work hand in hand when it comes time to sell
When you are selling a home you need great photography to market homes to buyers. And a real estate photographer needs a home stagger to create a great space to photograph.  High-end Architectural photographers don't even show up for a shoot without a stagger or stylist to prepare … (1 comments)

home: Marketing Photos - 09/29/09 05:06 AM
I never turn down the occasion of looking at photos of homes or MLS pictures, for me it is a productive means of keeping the eye trained and spotting the positive and negative attributes of a home. 
I'm always flabbergasted of how many home sellers don't bother to prepare their home before the Realtor takes photos to share in marketing material and include on the MLS.  What surprises me the most is that the agent takes the picture of the home "as is" and never recommended the seller stage the home prior to photos being taken.  I quickly move on to … (3 comments)

home: Get Some Buzz Going To Stand Out In A Crowded Real Estate Market - 03/05/08 02:41 AM
What are you doing to seperate your homes and create buzz in a crowded market?.  If the NAR studies show the typical buyer walks through nine properties and searches eight weeks to buy a home, it would only stand to reason to get your home in the forefront, both in your on and off-line presence. Isn't the whole idea of showing marketing photos and showing the property, to get people excited about a house. After looking at homes on line I get the impression that may folks out there, think that keeping a house tidy is all they need to do when showing it to … (1 comments)

home: Preparing Your Home For Marketing Photos - 02/04/08 09:22 AM
Elements in Real Estate photos, virtual tours and showings should be pleasing, interesting, and appealing to the senses of buyers who are viewing. A picture is worth a thousand words and should give buyers a hint of style, taste and lifestyle benefits.
As the living room is the main room in most properties. This is where people like to relax and spend "quality" time so try to market to the benefits this room offers by taking great photos.
Move from each corner, standing as far back as you can and take a look through the view finder, until you find the best one (or two) focal points.  … (3 comments)

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