What You Need To Know About House Photography And Interior Design

“I want to sell my home quickly” is a common statement from sellers.

Most of us really don’t want strangers in our homes, though we recognize it is a necessary step in selling any property. So how do you minimize the intrusions? it’s important to make your first visitors fall in love with your home enough to make an offer. And that will never happen if they bypass your home because of poor marketing, which is made up of staging and home selling photography.


Here’s another place to find useful home selling tips.

It’s become common knowledge that about 85% of all house buyers begin their search on the internet. This information can be found at many real estate resources. When selling your home you only have one chance to impress buyers. It’s a proven fact: listings with great pictures get much more attention than houses with average or poor pictures. A random sampling of 650+ homes that “sold in under 7 days” during March 2013 revealed that 94% had 20+ professional (or at least very good) quality photos. Make sure your home stands apart from the competition on the MLS. We take professional quality pictures that create interest from buyers.

We use professional  Nikon equipment, not inexpensive digital cameras. Hey, we like iPhone’s and Androids too but don’t let any realtor take your house pictures with them.


I’m sure you’ve seen a house that  benefited from a professional interior designer. Well, that’s what Kristina did for 25 years. Let us help you sell your home and you will have the benefit of professional photography AND interior design.

Now, don’t think that means you have to buy expensive furniture, paintings, and knick knacks. Quite the contrary. Many times all that’s needed for house selling is a professional eye to do some rearranging to highlight the best features of your home. Remember, when selling it’s all about 1st impressions.

Here’s the bottom line: rely on experienced and full-time professionals to sell your house. It may be tempting to use a friend who got their license to make some additional income. You may think you owe it to your uncle Bob to use him. Such decisions can cost you thousands of dollars.

courtesy of: realtytimes.com