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 would highly recommend Jill Wente. I relocated from out of state and Jill went above and beyond to... read moreI would highly recommend Jill Wente. I relocated from out of state and Jill went above and beyond to help me find the perfect home. We had multiple calls in preparations of my trip to the Houston area and Jill really took the time to understand my needs and desires. Once I had decided on my home she continued to take time out of her personal schedule to show me the area. Jill focused on activities and areas that were kid friendly and we gathered documentation that I was able to share with my children to help get them excited about the move. Jill negotiated additions to my home that I did not think were possible and she held the builder to high standards. My home is perfect. I will use Jill for any future needs and will recommend her to family and friends! read less