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5 Essential Reasons to Hire A Real Estate Photographer

It takes us only 1/10th of a second to form a first impression about someone, and just like humans, websites aren’t any different. In the digital world, people make instant judgments and make serious decisions based on a first impression.

More often than not, Professional Real Estate Photography makes all the difference in the world. We all know that listings with professional photos sell for more money and quicker as well.

It takes a golden eye

The first impression matters more than we think. For the past years, listing photos became a critical factor that determines the selling price of a home, how quickly it sells, and whether it sells at all. It’s safe to say that the single most important factor in selling a home nowadays is great photography.

Professional real estate photographers know exactly what it takes to present the property in the best possible light – they highlight the best features of a house and deliver photos that guarantee a lasting first impression.

Professional photography can also significantly improve your business and help you find new customers. Keep reading to discover even more amazing benefits of professional real estate photography.

1)The Ideal Amount of Still Photos

Hundreds of photos aren’t necessary to sell a home; what is crucial is capturing the ideal ones. Skilled Real Estate Photographers know that all they need is around 10-15 interiors and 10 exteriors — anything more would be useless. When you hire Golden Eye R.E.P. you will get a minimum of 25 photos but you'll almost always get more. Our job is to make it difficult for you to choose the best ones that, not only represent the listing, but also match your unique selling style.

2)A Compelling Listing

Golden Eye Real Estate Photography knows how to highlight a home’s space and design. Additionally, we have experience displaying the interior and exterior of a home with the proper lighting, which is not that easy.

3)Sell Quicker and For More Money

As we mentioned above, listing with Golden Eye Real Estate Photography generally tends to sell faster and for more money. Gorgeous real estate photos make properties look more attractive to homebuyers, and the increase in high demand helps raise the prices that are offered as well.

For real estate agents who work on commission, speed almost always matters. If you sell two houses in one week instead of just one, it means more money and more opportunities.

4)Creative Ways to Present Your Property

Hiring a professional photographer can provide more than just outstanding photos and videos. As technology continues to progress, more and more opportunities to display your homes online also become available.

Golden Eye Real Estate Photography uses a wide angle lens in order to capture the best photos possible, in this case and many others, we were challenged with a smaller home with smaller rooms and very tight angles. It's listings like this that benefit from the ultra-wide camera lens' ability to get so much content into one photo.

5)Nonstop Online Traffic

A large percentage of homebuyers in the Central Valley rate the still photo feature on listing websites as the most pivotal feature that influences their final decision.

Moreover, professional real estate photography assist in being taken seriously by prospective clients. In addition, this can also improve the type and grade quality of homebuyers approaching you.

While the term “professional photography” has a variety of definitions, it doesn’t include any “nice” shots by the real estate agent or any photos taken on an iPhone. Professional real estate photos are those that affect home buyers perception of a home prior to seeing it.

Overall, if homebuyers aren’t sold on the images they see online, chances are they won’t be even interested to see this property, let alone purchasing it.

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