Real Estate Photography: The Key To Timely and Profitable Transactions. According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), nine out of 10 house hunters initiate their buying experience on the Internet.
Twenty-five percent admit that online real estate photography led to the acquisition of their current house. Second only to price, quality real estate photography is the most important part of selling a home. It has never been more important to portray property in a visually aesthetic light that serves to promote its best assets. Capturing the essence of a home is not an easy task, but those who do so correctly may be rewarded with a timely and profitable transaction. Studies indicate that quality real estate photography is more likely to generate a higher price per square foot. Receive an average of 61% more views than their peers across all price tiers.Have a 47% higher asking price per square foot.Have an increased likelihood of selling homes priced above $300,000.Stay on the market an average of 10 days less.
Real Estate Agent Portrait, Tips to taking Great Agent Headshots. Real Estate Agents have been told time and time again putting photos of themselves on their marketing material will increase business.
We discovered with the right photo an agent can win business and with the wrong photo an agent can lose business to their competitors. Remember the phrase “perception is everything” Well the phrase definitely is true when it comes to home owners picking real estate agents on the basis of their visual image. Daily Properties surveyed 50 people between the ages of 25 to 65 who are in the market to buy or sell a home in the next five years in the United States and Canada. The survey focus was to understand which real estate agent portrait photos used in their marketing material homeowners and future homeowners would gravitate to when choosing an agent to represent them as well as to see which agents portrait photos they overlooked and why.
Avoid the Miami Vice 80’s Color Backdrop Cloths. Great pictures sell properties more easily: Tips for amateur real estate photographers (Part 2 of 3) Tip 2: Tell a story When you are taking photos of the house you want to think about how you can tell a fluid story to potential buyers.
Think about the layout of the house and how someone would move around in it. The pictures should follow a logical flow that reflects that train of thought. Be sure to highlight bathrooms, kitchens, and bedrooms as those are key locations in the house for potential buyers. Also highlight any distinctive features the house might have such as a beautiful garden or view. Tip 3: Lighting One of the biggest keys to great property photos is lighting. A clean, well-lit interior with closed blinds to keep the room lighting even. For interior photos it is important to keep in mind the lighting coming from the windows. Les photos de maisons sont cruciales, les acteurs de l'immobilier en prennent conscience. Article invité par Emilee Seymour.
Objectif Grand-Angle. Model homes. The challenges and rewards of residential photography Jeremy Schnitker, BlockShopper Published 4:00 am, Sunday, January 16, 2011 Photo: OpenHomesPhotography.com The home at 55 Sea View in Piedmont.
This photo ran with a Sept.. 19, 2010 story on that home in the real estate section. Photo: Scott Hargis, Photography The home at 55 Sea View in Piedmont. 50 Santa Monica living room. 20 Seconds for Love at First Sight. First impressions seem to matter most when it comes to dating, job interviews…and real-estate listings.
Researchers tracking the eye movements of subjects who looked at online home listings found that more than 95% of users viewed the first photo—the one that shows the exterior of the home—for a total of 20 seconds. After that, their eyes tended to flit all over the screen, according to Michael Seiler, founder and director of the Institute for Behavioral and Experimental Real Estate at Old Dominion University at Norfolk, Va.
"Without an eye-catching photo, the battle is lost before it begins," Prof. Seiler says. [Étude] Les photos : élément le plus important pour les acquéreurs de biens immobiliers. Une étude récente vient apporter de nouvelles informations sur le processus de recherche immobilière en ligne.
Elle permet de savoir quels éléments les acheteurs considèrent comme « très utiles » sur un site web immobilier. Photos, contact, descriptif du bien, vidéos, carte, informations sur le quartier … A votre avis, quels sont les éléments qu’ils jugent prioritaires ? 20 Seconds for Love at First Sight. Que regardent les acheteurs dans une annonce immobilière en ligne ? On sait que la recherche d’un bien immobilier commence 9 fois sur 10 sur internet.
Mais vous êtes vous déjà demandé les informations qui intéressent en priorité les acheteurs quand ils consultent les annonces en ligne ? Combien de temps passent-ils sur les photos par exemple, ou sur la description du bien ? Une nouvelle étude apporte plusieurs éléments de réponse. Des chercheurs enregistrent les mouvements oculaires d’internautes pendant qu’ils consultent les annonces des propriétés Le Wall Street Journal relaye que des chercheurs sont les premiers à avoir utilisé une technologie qui suit les mouvements oculaires d’acquéreurs lors de leur recherche en ligne. 20 Seconds for Love at First Sight.