Photographs, videos, and virtual tours have become the new first showing for many of today’s homebuyers. Because of this, it's important that we treat the photoshoot as if it were the actual first showing of the home. We want the marketing materials to appear how the home looks in “Show Ready Condition”.
We use the term show-ready condition when we talk about putting your property on the market. Show ready condition means the home has been decluttered, deep cleaned and staged. This process ensures your home appeals to the greatest number of buyers possible.
Our marketing team will schedule a time for your photo shoot. The team will take pictures as well as create a 3-D virtual tour of the property. This appointment will be based and the best time of day to photograph your home.
The ideal scenario for our marketing team is to arrive at a property that is in show-ready condition, this includes lights on and home sellers away. While our marketing team certainly enjoys meeting and getting to know our clients, we have found they work best in solitude.
Here is a list of how you can help us ace your marketing appointment:
Make sure your home is in “Show Ready Condition”
Preparing for the photoshoot is a very important step in the home selling process. The more cooperation we get from the home seller, the better the results we ultimately obtain.