Do the work:
You're getting ready to move so do a little prep for photos. Why? Over 80% of buyers are looking for homes online, via their phone.
Yes, you can take photos with your cell phone or even that old point & shoot you had stored away, but what you don't know are the secrets of what a professional does to showcase your home at it's best.
Here are few things to do prior to our arrival:
- Clear your counter tops in your kitchen & baths. No one wants to see your toothbrush & lotion. Buyers are looking at counter tops, cabinets, flooring & configuration of walls. (Remember, kitchens & baths are what sell a house!)
- Take down personal tokens, such as religious emblems, monograms, etc. Buyers want to see themselves in your home & by taking some personalization out of it, it makes it easier for them to do that.
- Pack away collections & clutter. Make it easy for the viewer to walk through visually.
- Mow the yard.
- Replace burned out bulbs.
- Turn ceiling fans off.
- Open your blinds & let in natural light.
- Put away the pets.
- Remove cars from the driveway.
Doing these few little things before our arrival will make the process of photographing your home easier & showcases it at its best. This brings more viewers online & in turn, more viewers to see your listing. You want more viewers because then you'll have more offers.
As my own personal client, I photographed my home & it brought in 94 showings in 2 days & 17 offers. We sold over asking.
Trust me, it works.
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