If your going to have a dog in your listing photos be bold!
Most of the time it feels as if I have seen it all.
Then the MLS gives a nugget!
These are all from one listing.
I just listed a home that failed to sell the last time it was on the market.
I called in my professional photographer and the difference is dramatic!
Here are the old marketing photos with the new “Pro” photos.
I know their owners love them.
But cats make most buyers think about smelly litter boxes, allergies and dirty duct work.
These photos are from the same listing .
First the cat left evidence in the utility room. At least the litter box was out of the photo.
And then he showed up lounging in the sunroom.
Again, keep pets out of your listing photos.
No one loves yours as much as you do!
I understand an artistic photo… But this agent went overboard with low angle shots.
We start with a very special light fixture in the hall
Just in case you wonder what it looked like under the bed…
The view if you fall out of the shower.
Same view looking toward the sink.
Excellent carpet texture
I almost get this one of the arch
Again, I could understand one of two low angle photos. But more than half of the photos for this listing were like the ones above.
Photos should give a buyer a realistic idea of what the home looks and feels like.
I don’t think these do the job well.
These both struck me as really odd and funny.
A vacant room with Hats hanging on the wall. Why?
And this kid. I’d like to think he is really happy.
But as the parent of two toddlers i have to ask, maybe he just has to pee?
Again, I’m always surprised to see what agents choose to post on the MLS.