If the property pictures are dark, dreary, or not well illuminated, browsing home buyers may get a negative impression of the condo or home.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 09, 2015
With spring in full swing, Peoples Home Equity knows that there are many homeowners eager to sell their home and move into a new location. However, not all properties are listed the same. A great description, proper staging, and light are all part of a great home listing.
Peoples Home Equity offers the following tips to highlight these important components.
Make sure the property is properly staged
Staging can make or break the aura that resonates in pictures of a property listing. If a home is staged badly, or looks too cluttered, it may be better to just empty out the rooms altogether and let the buyer imagine how to place his/her furniture around. Ask the listing agent if they have any suggestions for making rooms more presentable before taking pictures to post online.
Make sure there is ample light
Light is a critical component of taking pictures for an online listing. If the property pictures are dark, dreary, or not well illuminated, browsing home buyers may get a negative impression of the condo or home. Wait for a bright, sunny day to take pictures of the home with all of the lights on and curtains/blinds open. Browsing buyers need to feel like the unit is lively with an ambiance of optimism.
Always describe the home in a positive tone. Highlight all of the great features the property has to offer; the homeowner can best point out what they are. Perhaps the kitchen is fully upgraded with nice tile, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances; perhaps the bathroom has a large Jacuzzi or two vanities. Homeowners definitely want to take pictures of things that make the home unique.
If you need help listing a property for sale and/or are in need of a mortgage for a new home, contact a Peoples Home Equity loan officer today at: 262-563-4026