When you are considering selling your home, there are many decisions to make. More than likely you are going to contact a realtor and meet with them to learn about what they can do to assist with selling your home. When talking to real estate professionals about what they can do for you, I encourage you to ask this real estate photography question: How do you photograph our home to ensure it’s represented professionally?
The reason I encourage your to ask this question is quite simple. People searching for property today rely on the internet to learn about property and see images before they get in a car and drive around. With that being said, your photos can be the difference to getting showings on your property or not. The days of realtors pulling out their cell phone and taking photos of your property are long gone (or at least should be). If your realtor is not willing to make the investment in professional photography for your property, I would question their overall committment to you.
In our office, all realtors use professional photography not because it’s optional but because we feel like we owe that to our sellers. In a competitive market where we are competing against other sellers we feel this offers a competitive advantage to our seller and often times separates their property from others before prospective buyers even step foot on the property. Here is an example of the difference a professional photo makes:
When you are ready to sell your property in Glenwood Springs or the surrounding area, contact me and I would be honored to show you how I separate myself within the realtor community outside of professional photography. I look forward to hearing from you!