How to Prepare Your Home for a Real Estate Photo Shoot

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Capital Partners Realty 277320

This blog is a must-read for anyone gearing up for a real estate photo shoot. It provides practical and actionable tips on how to showcase your home in its best light, ensuring stunning visuals for potential buyers.

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Joe Jackson, Realtor-KWCP

Original content by Lew Corcoran 9152684

If you're planning to sell your home, you'll want to make a good impression on potential buyers. One of the best ways to do that is to have a professional real estate photo shoot. A photo shoot can showcase your home's best features, highlight its unique personality, and attract more interest from buyers.

 

But before you hire a photographer, you need to prepare your home for the photo shoot. Here are some tips on how to make your home look its best for the camera.

 

Clean and Declutter

 

The first and most important step is to clean and declutter your home. You want to make your home look spacious, bright, and inviting. That means getting rid of any unnecessary items, such as personal belongings, knick-knacks, papers, toys, etc. You should also dust, vacuum, and wipe down all surfaces, especially the ones that reflect light, such as windows, mirrors, and countertops.

 

Depersonalize

 

The next step is to depersonalize your home. You want to make your home appeal to a wide range of buyers, not just to yourself. That means removing any items that are too personal, such as family photos, religious symbols, political posters, etc. You should also neutralize the colors and style of your home, avoiding anything that is too bold, bright, or quirky. You want to create a blank canvas for buyers to imagine themselves living in your home.

 

Stage and Style

 

The final step is to stage and style your home. You want to make your home look cozy, comfortable, and stylish. That means adding some touches of warmth, color, and texture, such as pillows, throws, rugs, plants, flowers, etc. You should also arrange the furniture in a way that maximizes the space and flow of your home, and highlights the focal points, such as fireplaces, views, or architectural features. You can also use some props, such as books, magazines, candles, or fruit, to create a lived-in feel.

 

Conclusion

 

Preparing your home for a real estate photo shoot can make a big difference in how your home is perceived by buyers. By following these tips, you can make your home look clean, spacious, inviting, and stylish, and increase your chances of selling your home faster and for a higher price.

 

 

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Comments (1)

Debe Maxwell, CRS
Savvy + Company (704) 491-3310 - Charlotte, NC
The RIGHT CHARLOTTE REALTOR!

Great information for buyers everywhere. Thanks for rebloging Joe!

Dec 15, 2023 11:18 AM