Amateur photography vs high-quality professional real estate photography.

Dated: May 20 2019

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It’s easy to tell the difference between amateur photography and high-quality professional real estate photography.

There really is no comparison, and your buyers will immediately recognize the difference and be more attracted to beautiful photography.





Professional Photos Give You a Competitive Edge

Studies reveal that professional real estate photos can help a listing sell faster than comparable homes without professional photography. This means that if you have limited time or want to get your home off of your hands quickly, you can’t just point and shoot with your own camera. You need images that are produced professionally in order to have a major impact on potential buyers.



Professional Photos Sell Homes Faster


In the end, there’s no doubt that professional home photography is a good idea if you want to sell your home faster and for more money. To help get you started, contact me today!


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Kenneth Manesse

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