I am constantly dumbfounded by the number of expensive homes that are completely ruined by poor photography and lack of editing. These things are beautiful in person, yet let a run-of-the-mill agent/broker/assistant loose into one with a point-and-shoot, and the outcome is consistently less than stellar.
Now this is difficult for me because I don't want to outrightly insult my potential clients, but people have to start realizing that this matters, artistically and in a business sense.
Houses are works of art and should be treated as such. Just as an artist works in oil or clay, a homebuilder works in brick or stucco.
Also, as a real estate agent, your listings are your product. If your product doesn't sell, you don't get paid. Why continue to leave your livelihood up to chance? Make those million dollar listings look like million dollar listings!
Anyone with me?
Owner, Coleman Real Estate Services