Professional Photos for Your Listing
Professional, eye-popping photos are a key feature of your listing and generate a strong and immediate response from home buyers. That means more showings for your home and a higher market price. Your pictures are the single most important element of your listing. That's why Mad City Dream Homes includes professional photos and professional staging as standard features in our home-selling plan.
Whether you own a luxury home, a starter home, or a property in between - the quality of your pictures is critical to the success of your sale. Check out some of our sample listing photos below. All of these pictures were taken by our real estate photographer. For many more examples, check out our blog for our favorite photos from 2016. All of these photos come from our own real estate listings.
Mad City Dream Homes: Professional Listing Photos
Why Your Real Estate Listing Needs Professional Photos
Each year the National Association of REALTORs (NAR) conducts a survey of home buyers. Year after year the NAR survey shows over 90% of home buyers are using the internet to search for properties. What's more, the number one reason buyers are viewing online listings is to look at property photos.
Your listing photos create the first impression for your home. If your home has low quality photos, buyers will quickly move past your listing and look for other properties that capture their attention. If your listing has high quality professional photos (like the examples above), buyers will be much more likely to schedule a showing or inquire about your home.
Your home's aesthetic appeal is the most important element in your marketing plan. Our photographer uses high-end equipment and a wide angle lens so every one of your listing pictures presents a clean and professional image of your home. In many cases our photos make your rooms appear bigger and brighter online than they do in person. Our photos get your listing noticed. They drive more buyers through your door, which leads to a quicker sale and a higher sales price for your home.