Real Estate Photography; Why you SHOULD hire a professional
Most of us have those times of trying to be all things to all people, and most of us fail. Jack/Jill-of-all-trades is a great idea, but is rarely functional in real life. When I was in business school, the idea of being great at what I do and hiring others who are great at what they do was reinforced daily.
Beautiful photography matters; it is influential, it establishes you as a pro and as a reliable professional, and, most importantly, it shows your clients they are your primary concern.
Keywords: estate, Home buyers, home selling, home staging, photography, prepare your home for sale, real, reputation
It's true. Buyers now a days start their search online and checkout the listing with great photos only. Photos taken with iPhones barely get some views. Couple of months ago i was selling a house and planned on taking photos myself. Spent some money on tripod and wide angle lens and the photos were still not good enough and barely get any responses on the listing and then later on hired a professional for the job and he took awesome photos. Would have saved a whole lot of time and money by getting it done by the professional in the first place. So ya. Professional photographers are important.
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