Commercial Real Estate Photography
Presenting Your Properties in the Best Light
Little T Photography works with commercial real estate brokers, agents, and land and building owners in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania to showcase the unique features of their property. Whether you need standout images for a retail, professional, office or mixed-use property, our advanced technology gives our clients an advantage over the competition in this highly competitive market. We’re able to provide quality images and sitemaps for both print and online use to generate tenant interest through our experience with:
- Staged, professional exterior and interior photographs for property listings
- Drone photography that offers a unique aerial view emphasizing building location, landscaping and proximity to amenities
- Twilight photography emphasizing unique architectural detailing and landscaping, against a beautiful sunset
- High-quality video to provide a dynamic and comprehensive overview of your property
We pride ourselves on offering valuable, convenient, and creative solutions for your commercial real estate needs In a highly crowded marketplace, our sharp images and videos stand out to help you sell your space at the price you want. We will come to your location at a time that works for you. Our project manager will explore your needs and expectations so we can bring out the best in your property and provide the desired results.
Why do you need a commercial real estate photographer in NJ
Commercial Real Estate photography is not just about getting high-quality photographs. It’s also about understanding how to communicate visually with your target audience. At Little T Photography, we have over 17 years experience helping clients rent and sell their properties. Through our partner company, Flying Turtle Studio, we create compelling visual marketing materials that lend credibility and help move potential tenants towards signing a lease and buyers towards making a purchase. Why trust your commercial real estate properties to anyone else?