You spruced it up, de-cluttered every nook, cranny, and visible surface in each room hired the most reputable realtor available, and have otherwise organized your entire existence around the selling of your home.
Now, couple that effort with a touch of market savvy (a fanciful way of saying “knowing how to price for your location”), good timing, and a whole lotta luck to start your turn at the world’s most agonizing waiting game!
accomplished with two objectives in mind: producing a commercially competitive product, and creating an immersive environment in an ultimately two-dimensional space.
The nuances and variables that come into play are a bit more than we’re going to cover in this article but rest assured, we’ll get into quite a bit of that in the coming articles.
A great real estate photographer brings the ability to compose behind the lens and use positive and negative space, line, form, light, and shadow to create a visual environment that does much more than simply place viewers squarely in the sweet spots of each room, but rather gets them to “explore” each space and have a meaningful experience viewing their potential purchase. Over 80% of home buyers make their purchase after online viewing and that doesn’t figure to change…like, ever!
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