Residential Real Estate Photography
Your First Impression May Be Your Last
When it comes to selling homes, it’s no secret that you only get one chance to make a great first impression. Today’s homebuyers are savvy searchers who often spend hours online browsing through listings before they even step foot in a house. Photos are overwhelmingly viewed first in real estate listings. This has several implications for sellers. The first is that all the curb appeal and staging in the world can’t make up for low-quality listing photos. The second is that the listing description is secondary to high-quality photos in terms of grabbing potential buyers’ attention.
According to a 2010 Redfin study, homes that are professionally photographed sell for at least $934 and as much as $18,819 more than homes photographed by an amateur. The study also showed that homes photographed by a professional garner 61 percent more online views. The reason why is simple, professional photographers know that exceptional quality photos tell the story of a home and make it look more appealing. They know how to use composition, color, and lighting to achieve the best images – and they have the professional equipment to achieve the results!
At Little T Photography, we have been perfecting the art of residential real estate photography for years. We work with professional real estate brokers and homeowners in the Tri-State area to create sharp, beautiful images that highlight the best that each home has to offer. We specialize in the following services tailored to our clients’ needs:
- Staged Photographs for residential homes, rental properties, and vacation homes
- Drone Photography emphasizing the home setting, location and neighborhood
- Twilight Photography that showcases the exterior of your home, landscaping, and pool all against a beautiful sunset
Hiring a professional photographer to photograph your residential real estate property is an investment that pays off. Let Little T Photography help you stand out from the crowd and make a lasting impression.