Have you ever seen bad listing photos? There’s a dog in this shot, it looks like someone’s auditioning to be on the next Horders episode, or the room looks so dark it could be a cave. We’ve all seen them. There’s even a site dedicated to bad MLS photos. Check it out if you want a good chuckle.
First impressions are paramount when trying to sell a home & studies prove that quality photos will cause your home to sell quicker and for more money. According to the National Association of Realtors, 92 percent of buyers are searching online during their house hunt. That is why it’s more important than ever to produce professional quality photographs. Photos alone will not sell a home. But, it will get buyers in the door to kickstart the process. Listing photos have one job and one job only: Create emotion and cause people to want to see more. Here is my process:
Don’t be like those bad MLS photo people, call me when you want to sell your home and I’ll make you stand out from the competition. #thatswhatshaysaid