Preparing Your Property For Real Estate Photography

The best real-estate photographs emphasize the spaciousness and lightness of a space. These qualities are very tough to convey if the area has even the smallest amount of clutter. You’ll have to thoroughly clean and de-cluttering each room which will be shot.

 

Many sellers actually buy storage units to maintain all unnecessary furniture and knick-knacks. If you need assistance with this area, hire a home stager – they have the experience and are worth the extra money.

 

Allow the sunshine in! – If you have dark furniture in a unlit room, you get a depressing picture. Bear in mind, buyers need a happy home – not an Addams Family home. If the lighting is right, open the windows, or use bright bulbs and floor lamps. It would not hurt to give your walls a new coat of paint and incorporating light-colored throw pillows offsets dark furniture, while a soft and light area rug can enliven most rooms.

 

Should hide the view? Semi-sheer curtains will hide any undesirable outside view. So if a window looks out onto a brick wall, or your neighbor’s unkempt backyard shed, use this trick.

 

Pay extra attention to the bathrooms – No one wants to buy a house with grungy bathrooms which is why you must: put down the toilet lid; replace the old shower curtain with a light non-opaque one; insert new towels and brand new soaps. Also never place towels over the shower curtain – it seems cramped and messy.

 

when preparing your property for property photography, recall – Don’t Forget to Look Outside! The first outside shot or primary exterior shot is most important. This picture is homebuyers’ first introduction to your property – it’s what grabs their attention and inspires them to examine the home in more detail.

 

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To optimize your curb appeal, follow these simple rules:

 

  • Try to cut your grass as close as possible to the date of this photo shoot;

 

  • Eliminate all distracting or irrelevant items from the home;

 

  • Remove all vehicles in the driveway or yard;

 

  • Close garage doors;

 

  • Remove garbage bins from the site – let your neighbors babysit them for a while;

 

  • Weed gardens, prune bushes, etc;

 

  • Remove oil stains from your driveway, hose down your paths;

 

  • If you’ve got a swimming pool, make sure it’s super clean with clean water.

 

By properly preparing your home for real estate photography, you’ll have the pictures speaking thousands of words about beautiful lawns, roomy interiors, and complete desirability.

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