Looking for a home for a buyer this week, had to laugh when my client called and asked why a home listed in March (list date this past week) had leaves on the trees and beautiful green grass. Then when you look at the interior photos, you could see out the windows and there was a lot of snow, and barren trees.
This screams to me, either the house was listed last year and did not sell, or the Sellers had some beautiful photos taken of their yard, as it was beautiful! So, had to look it up and see what the history was.
The house was on the market for 6 months last year, and a discount company ended up buying it. My client asked why it had been on the market so long, so did some research, and of course, it was overpriced when listed last year. Even though the home backed to open space, there wasn't much updating done on the interior.
The bottom line, photos should reflect TODAY'S season, and if you want to add photos of the beautiful landscaping in the summer, you can add them to the end of the photos.
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