I Put the Bruno Mali Shoes on OJ

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Services for Real Estate Pros with WeveMovedGifts.com

If it's true that "a picture is worth a thousand words," then I hope you will find that the following photos support the opinion I presented in my blog, Let Professionals Do Their Jobs .

Can individuals sell their homes FSBO? Sure they can. Are they somehow better off for doing it? I don't think so.

Likewise, we can all handle a camera to some extent. And it is critical that realtors have some expertise in this area. But when it is time to present those images, make sure they look good. I am certain it will have a bearing on the success of your marketing efforts.

For more examples of photos used on WeveMovedGifts closing gifts, please see Retouching Samples at www.wevemovedgifts.com. And if you need some help, feel free to ask some questions. We'll be glad to help. 

NOTE: The "after" images that you see here and on our website are completely retouched before being converted into artistic renderings. Although we can print photo-realistic images, we sell artistic renderings because of their warmth and appeal on our products.

  

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I can remember spending an hour editing an air conditioner out of the second floor window of a house I listed.  And when I was done, the second floor window looked a little bit off.  

I'm good, but I'm better at working with buyers and sellers than trying to lose the window units!

Nice pics! 

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