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The Importance of the Listing Photos
The Importance of the Listing Photos

Tuesday, August 27, 2013
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As the ink dries on a listing agreement, the first phone call I make is to a professional photographer to schedule a shoot of the property. In terms of curb appeal, the photos are just as important as a fresh coat of paint and cleaning up a yard. According to the National Association of Realtors, 90% of home buyers start with the internet in their home search, and the images are everything. The multiple listing service allows 25 photos, while sites like Realtor.com allow 35. The more photos of your property, the better idea a buyer has of what your home looks like and the more likely they are to look more closely at the details such as square footage and amenities.

Having a variety of photos to choose from makes no difference if photos are of poor quality. A professional photographer is of utmost importance in this regard. Professional photos are high resolution, diverse, and the angles used are most flattering to your home, and taken in the right light can transform a space. Poor quality listing photos may make your home look smaller than it actually is, where as good quality images can make a home appear larger. If you are looking to sell your home and would like an in depth analysis of the current value of your home, contact me today.

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