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5 Essential Tips In Real Estate Videography Creation

Real Estate Videography

Real Estate Videography is no doubt proved for its power in driving engagement. Statistic shows that: + Real Estate Listings including a video receives 403% more inquiries than those without according to Virtuets  + Click-through rate is up to 96% for introductory email according to Implix. In order make a successful real estate video, please […]

Staging Kids Bedroom When Selling Your Home

Staging homes for sale can be a rough process when selling your house, especially when you have a kids bedroom. The workload can be overwhelming and tiring. You will not only stage and clean the kids rooms to make them show-ready for potential buyers, but also keep the consistent home environment for your kids. Your […]

6 Tips to Upgrade Your Kitchen to Wow Your Home Buyers

Kitchen is considered one of the most important rooms when showcasing your house for sale. Therefore, when selling your house, you should not forget to do some touch-ups on this room. And if your kitchen has outdated features or appliances, it is time to make some upgrades. In this article, you will learn 6 tips […]

Should Real Estate Photographers List Their Price On The Website?

Should Real Estate Photographers List Their Price On The Website?

Listing price lists on the website or not is a controversial question in photography communities. Some agree to publicize the price, some are not. How about you? Are you going to post your price on your real estate photography website? If you are wondering, this article will show you the pros and cons of listing […]

Top 4 Best Weather Apps for Real Estate Photographers

Top 4 Best Weather Apps for Real Estate Photographers

Being a real estate photographer, you may have many concerns before shooting days. One of those concerns is the weather – which you can not control. To avoid the drawbacks of weather to shooting schedules, many photographers decide to follow mainstream weather reports or the standard weather channel apps. If you are also looking for […]

How to Reduce Noise in Your Real Estate Images

Noise photography

Noise in photography might be one of the most unexpected side effects, making your images look low quality. Nowadays, there is a lot of post-processing software available to help enhance images, but for the matter of noise, it is a very daunting task to remove as the images are easy to become watercolor paintings, especially […]

Preparing for a Real Estate Photo Shoot

Preparing for real estate photo shoot

In the entire selling process, the most anxious times can be the day photographers arrive to shoot and everything should be ready by the time. Actually, professional photographers are artists. They walk around the house, searching for the most important aspects of the house to show up for potential buyers. In other words, they need […]

Tips for Shooting Real Estate Exteriors

Tips for Shooting Real Estate Exteriors

Exterior shots of homes, apartments, and office buildings are usually the very first images that photographers encounter when they take a look at a real estate property when they search property listings online. That’s why it is necessary to get images of the highest quality, making all first impression a good one. There are two […]

Real Estate Photos Taking during the Period of COVID-19: Stay Safe and Useful

When the virus spreads, all aspects of our lives have been enormously affected and our working life gets much more difficult when the in-person interaction has been limited and social distancing is carried out. Of course, safety and our health are the most important. We should practice essential safety regulations to keep us safe at […]

Virtual Renovation – How It Helps To Sell Your House

Virtual Renovation - How it helps to sell home

“A picture is worth a thousand words” seems to be the popular quote when it comes to selling home. Home sellers understand that and try to showcase the full potential of their houses through quality photos. However, what will happen if selling a fixer-upper, a partially completed build or out-dated house? That might have been […]