Selling a home is a big deal. It can be very stressful especially if it has to sit on the market for awhile. In order to keep that from happening we found this article on how to make your home look great in pictures. We hope it helps!
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From the article:
A house hunter’s first view of your property is often online, and if the photos accompanying your home’s listing don’t impress, you probably won’t get a second chance to lure in that potential buyer — meaning your real estate photos are valuable assets when it comes to selling your home. The following tips can help your home put its best foot forward on picture day.
Check out agents’ listings. Before diving into photo-day planning, it’s important to be sure your real estate agent is prepared to deliver quality listing photos. Study a potential agent’s listings to get a feel for the quality of the photography. Here are a few questions you may want to ask about how the agent handles photos:
– Do you have a professional photographer on staff?
– If you take the photos yourself, what equipment do you use — professional camera and tripod or just a cellphone?
– Will the agent or photographer bring in additional lighting if needed?
– How much time is typically allotted for the photo shoot?
– What can I do to make my home look its best in photos?
Remove counter clutter. Gleaming, clutter-free counters will make your kitchen look more spacious. Put away everything, then clean counters well. It’s fine to leave out one or two small appliances, such as the toaster and coffee maker, but stash anything extra, as well as small appliances that have seen better days.
Hide toiletries and freshen bathrooms. Aside from a fresh bar of soap at the sink, the bathroom should be completely free of toiletries — too many products crowding the sink and shower suggest that there’s not enough storage space. Pull open the shower curtain, clean the mirror, put the toilet seats down and turn on the lights. Remove old towels and put out fresh, fluffy white towels if you have them. If not, just leave the towel racks bare.
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Read the entire article here: https://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/83682567/list/selling-how-to-make-your-house-look-great-in-photos