If you have your home on the real estate market, you need for it to look inviting and cheerful. But you could be scaring away buyers without even knowing it.
How ??? By your home’s photos. Buyers make decisions upon which homes to view based upon its photos.
Do the photos of your home’s listing look inviting? Or were they taken on a dark dreary overcast day that makes your house look like its possessed? Is your house subliminally sending a message of STAY AWAY because all of its blinds are closed and the window treatments are drawn.
What about the interior photos? Can you identify which rooms the photos are taken of? Or do the photos make you wonder what’s lurking in the dark?
What about the subject matter of the photos? Do the photos showcase the animals you bagged on your latest hunting expedition or your prized sword collection or your son’s collection of Freddy Kruger posters?
High quality photos will bring buyers through your doors while bad photos will scare buyers away. If no buyers are knocking on your home’s doors, review the listing photos of your home. And ask yourself if your home says “COME ON IN” or “STAY AWAY”.
I am an Escrow Officer for Texas American Title-The Woodlands. I have had the pleasure of partnering with Jill... read moreI am an Escrow Officer for Texas American Title-The Woodlands. I have had the pleasure of partnering with Jill Wente on several real estate transactions. Her attention to detail and knowledge of the real estate industry are top notch! She is honest, straight forward, organized, and completely in tune with each of her transactions. She asks questions and truly listens to the information given to her and applies it in her future transactions. She is wonderful to work with and proves in each transaction that her top priority is that her clients are given the best customer service and are comfortable with each step of the process. She works proactively rather than reactively, and prepares herself for any questions her clients may have during the process, and does so before the question arises. Her clients are lucky to have her on their side! I look forward to any and all opportunities I have to partner with Jill in the future. read less