When you are making a listing in a property website, your purpose is to entice homebuyers to go through your listing and be forthcoming to arrange a meeting with you. High sounding words about the attractiveness of the property do impress but only if you have quality pictures to support your description. While a lot has already been said about the importance of pictures, here we’ll offer some tips to help you take some great photographs of your property that’ll certainly lure the buyers for a closer look.
Even if you don’t find the front of the house as impressive as the interiors, a picture of the front is considered rather mandatory. You can accentuate the looks of your house by clicking picture in the best season and during day time when the light is good.
To create a positive impression always show pictures of the best rooms. Avoid clicking pictures of very small or poorly done rooms as it will create a negative impression, forcing homebuyers to click away from your listing.
Kitchen is a highly important area of the house. Clean up the mess, clear the clutter and let more lights come in to make your kitchen appear bigger and brighter. If your kitchen is not that attractive and you avoid including the picture, buyers will feel it is worse than actually it is. So it’s better not to let their pessimism rule over.
Focus on the architecture and not on the decor when clicking pictures of your house. Try to highlight large windows, the view outside or any other interesting architectural feature in the room such as a fireplace, glass ceiling etc.
While you should remove any family pictures or personal belonging when clicking pictures as this gives the impression of house being used by someone, you can try to make the picture cozy and welcoming by lighting the fire place, showing a pulled out dining chair and putting the lights on.
Clicking pictures from the best angles and best light will fail to create the right impact if the quality of the photograph is compromised. Make sure you click best quality photos, preferable of the HDR variety to make them even more interesting.
To make your listing impressive you can include 10 to 20 photographs. Lesser or more number of pictures is considered a turn off.
Don’t go overboard to make your house look bigger or attractive. It is important that the homebuyers are able to identify the house from the pictures they have seen online. If you have removed certain furniture or rugs to make your house appear bigger, make sure homebuyers find it in the same state when they make a visit. An overly-staged photo might disappoint buyers when they visit the house.
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