Ok, first of all there really isn’t a difference between Flat Fee Listing Photographs and Traditional Brokerage Photographs. Good quality photos are extremely important in each type of listing. Many Traditional Brokerage Companies will employ a Professional Photographer to take listing photos. In the Flat Fee Listing model, most people take the photos themselves. Here are some Tips that will help you take the best photos you can.
Use a Quality Camera
For the best quality pictures you will need a Camera with more than 5 megapixels. I would recommend something with 10 or more. Certain cell phones have higher resolution these days. Be sure to check your phone before you decide to take your Flat Fee Listing photos with your cell phone. Clear Quality Photos start first with the camera. Of course you could always purchase a camera, or if your only going to use it once, borrow a camera from someone else. If your a little shaky, I would invest in a tripod or mono pod to stabilize the camera for the best pictures.
Take pictures of What Buyers want to see
No mater how proud you are of your christmas bud mug collection, buyers don’t care! They want to see the kitchen and what kind of appliances you have. Vaulted rooms showing the large space is important to buyers, be sure to get a good angle to show the expansiveness of the room, get the fireplace in it too. Many people like to see the Master Bedroom and Master Bath, pay special attention to these areas if you have recently remodeled or added special features. Outdoor spaces are important to many millennials now buying homes. Take good pictures of the outdoor entertainment areas and special landscaping features. Don’t forget to get several different angles of the house exterior, also remember no for sale signs may be present in Flat Fee MLS photos, or any other type of listing on the MLS. No Adds!
Use a Flash or Direct Sunlight
Don’t be afraid to use the flash feature. If you can, take pictures during the daylight hours and use direct sunlight whenever possible. The Brighter the Better! Wait for a Sunny Day to take your exterior shots, they will turn out much better.
Things to remember when taking photos for your Flat Fee Listing
When shooting a room, try to do it from a doorway entering the room. It always looks better and is a natural way to view the room when you enter it.
When shooting your Flat Fee Listing property, take the shots from an Angle. Doing so will give the home more depth and breadth than a shot straight on.
Try to avoid obstructions like power poles, clothes lines, dumpsters, trees or bushes that hide the home.
Take a lot of pictures! The more you take, the more you have to choose from. You may be able to crop and improve photos with the right software.
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