99% of buyers are searching for Spring Texas homes for sale online. What will online buyers base their first impressions of your home on? It’s photos. If your home’s listing has professional photos and there are numerous photos, your home will create a dynamite first impression.
If it has bad photos (dark lit rooms, partial views of rooms, car in the driveway, photo of the commode with its toilet seat up), buyers will and do say “next house”. When the months of inventory for the Spring Texas real estate market is three months or less, you can get away with bad photos because buyers have less choices. But with our months of inventory sitting at 7+, this is not the time for bad photos … that is if you are serious about getting your house sold.
Here’s a picture of a listing I sold in 4 days in Colony Creek Village. The photos was taken by a professional photographer. I meet a professional photographer at all of my listing photo shoots to make sure he gets the exact angles of the property that is going to show off the property.
We entrusted Jill Wente with the sale of our current home and purchase of a new home. From the beginning... read moreWe entrusted Jill Wente with the sale of our current home and purchase of a new home. From the beginning she was extremely up front and honest about exactly what we would need to do to get our house sold. We had an incredibly tight timeline, that she explained would be difficult to make - but she helped us make it happen and our house was under contract in 2 days! She had recommendations for all our home repair needs and they were all professional and fairly priced. She worked hard to really sell our offer for our new home - she was able to pull off the tight timeline, securing a rent back from our old house so we had time to move out, and a contingency for our new home. Definitely exceeded our expectations. She was so helpful along the way - as first time home sellers we really relied on her and we feel lucky to have worked with her! You will not regret working with Jill! read less