'Curb Appeal' Makes a Great First Impression Online Too

Home Stager

In this video, Online Staging Pro offers CURB APPEAL advice and solutions for home Sellers preparing their home for sales listing photography.  It also includes photo shoot advice and suggestions.

Poor home condition and bad photos are serious problems in real estate. Sellers who do not know how to prepare their home properly and/or have poor quality listing photos often can't sell their homes or they are forced to dramatically reduce their selling price and lose thousands of dollars in home value and equity.

Curb Appeal is a primary home staging principle for in-person showings but it is also very important to making a good first impression online when Buyers search real estate sites. When a house has good Curb Appeal and it shows in online listing photos, Buyers are more likely to stay on the listing page and want to see more of the house. If they like what they see online, they'll be driving up to that curb in no time.


For further information about Online Home Staging and Home Staging Evaluations visit http://OnlineStagingPro.com or email Teri@OnlineStagingPro.com 

Comments (4)

Jon Quist
Tucson's BUYERS ONLY Realtor since 1996

Yes! Curb appeal online can be done and is important. Use good photos (not from your phone) and use lots and lots of them. Unless YOU are a great photographer, hire a pro. makes all the difference.

Aug 05, 2014 05:06 PM
Sally K. & David L. Hanson
EXP Realty 414-525-0563 - Brookfield, WI
WI Real Estate Agents - Luxury - Divorce

Professional photography is the face of the house to buyers....and one that needs to show every featured advantage to call it SOLD .

Aug 05, 2014 06:54 PM
Karen Mathers - REALTOR®
Keller Williams Vero Beach - Vero Beach, FL
When it Matters, Choose Mathers! 772-532-3221

Photos are important in this tech age as so many rely on internet shopping before actually going in person.  Take the time to get great photos, it will make a difference!

Aug 06, 2014 12:44 AM
Teri L
Palm Desert, CA

Thanks for your comments.  I just don't understand why some people don't take the time to tidy up if they want to sell their house.  Boggles my mind!Clutter

Aug 06, 2014 06:47 AM