Real estate photography checklist

By |December 14th, 2022|Categories: Real Estate|

Dont know what all needs to be done to get a house photo ready? Let me help. Here is a free real estate photography checklist, that you can send to your clients before our arrival. Photos dont sell a house anymore, they sell you the agent...Click the button to download your copy.  Ready to book your session?  Just browsing prices? No problem, we offer a lot, and have next day turn around on all photos. Text 334-472-4712 or email with any questions! 

Marketing in a Hot Market!

By |January 13th, 2022|Categories: Blog, Real Estate, Uncategorized|Tags: , , |

What is your marketing plan for 2022 and beyond? Do you even have one? What happens in a neighborhood when you put your for sale sign up in front of a house?.... All the other looky loos come and look at your listing. This is your resume to all the other homeowners in that neighborhood. What is your resume telling them? That you will market the house better than anyone else? Or that you don't care and you'll just take cell phone photos of their largest investment? What is your marketing plan when the market turns? It is easier to

How to make your Real Estate Photographer Happy!

By |December 22nd, 2019|Categories: Blog, Real Estate|Tags: , , |

There are several benefits to having your house professionally photographed for a sale. Ensuring that the photos look good, increases the possibility that the property could sell at a higher price point.  The more you prepare your home before the photographer arrives, the better the pictures are going to look. Remember, the photographer is hired to take the photos and make the space look good through the lens, it’s not their job to clean up the mess, and they can only do so much with a house that is in poor condition. It’s not possible to make a messy room

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A Photo is worth a thousand words

By |December 22nd, 2019|Categories: Blog, Real Estate|Tags: , , |

Home professionally photographed by Tannehill Photography You only get one chance to make a first impression! That saying holds true in just about any situation, but even more so in Real Estate. In a world of instant gratification, and short attention spans, you want photos that will catch the potential buyers attention and draw them in. Did you know that 92 percent of homebuyers (according to realtor.org) use the Internet as part of their home search? Staging a home plays a part in this, but it is the photos the potential buyer will see first before they even make an

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