Before a potential buyer stops by to view your property in person, they’ll likely consult your listing photos. Unfortunately, this means that if the photos are subpar, the buyer could be dissuaded from considering your property any further, even if it meets all their specifications. Fortunately, you don’t need to be a professional photographer to take beautiful photos of your home—you can improve your listing photos by using a quality camera. Rather than your phone, invest in a tripod and a mid-range camera from an electronics retailer. Lighting matters as well, so take photos during the daylight and turn off the flash when you’re capturing indoor shots. Finally, clear away your personal belongings and make sure you’re staging the home so the buyer can envision the space as their own. For more listing tips, consult with us today.
A real estate inspection or home inspection is not an appraisal or a check for compliance with building codes; it’s also not an evaluation of environmental hazards. See the NYS Standards of Practice for more information on the limitations of a home inspection.
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