March 18, 2021 at 9:44am | Michael Hunter
Listing photos are a way to maximize exposure to draw attention towards your house. Now that basically everything real estate related is on the internet and that is the main source for future home buyers, pictures are everything!

-Buyers use the internet to find houses. Posts with images receive 39% more interaction than those with none or low quality photos. Photos increase the competition.

-Buyers find the pictures very important. First impressions matter and if the photos of a house don't meet expectations, then the house won't get many interested buyers. Good quality pictures will bring more leads.

-Profession photographers know how to showcase a home. Though the new phones have amazing camera quality, nothing can beat a good professional camera. Not only does the camera matter, the angles do. Those photographers that specialize in real estate know the exact angles to take a picture of the house.

-Professional photographers also save time for the agents. While the photographers are busy capturing the house and making it look amazing in the pictures, the agent can now focus on other things to help the selling process move a little faster and more smoothly.

-Professional pictures sell the house for more money. Yes, the house itself needs to be beautiful in real life, but the display of the house is just as important. The photos online capture the attention of potential buyers, leading to more interested buyers, more offers, and more people trying to outbid each other. Like explained before, first impressions matter!

Curb appeal and staging for hand-in-hand with the pictures. But the pictures are what bring in potential buyers because it's what people see to get interested in the house. You definitely don't want to take half-hearted pictures and put them out there. 



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