The process of putting your home on the market can be exciting, but it can also be daunting - choosing an agent, deciding on a price, finding a new home that meets all of your expectations, etc. But once you've made those decisions and are ready to move forward, getting your home list-ready is vital.
Although your agent probably has his or her own suggestions in terms of what needs to be done to get your home ready for primetime, it also helps to have a guide to follow or reference to ensure you cover all the bases. And that's what this website aims to achieve.
As a photographer with almost a decade of experience shooting residential real estate and interiors, I've amassed a wealth of knowledge and information with respect to the many different things that can be done to ensure your home photographs well.
Home sellers used to count on curb appeal to make a good first impression on potential buyers. Now, with 80 percent of home buyers starting their search online, your home’s “pix appeal,” or how good it looks in photos posted on the Internet, has taken over as the top way to impress buyers off the bat.
Your home must stand out from the crowd!