At Heartland Realty Graphics, we are focused on providing terrific real estate photos that help you SELL HOUSES FASTER and at HIGHER SELLING PRICES. We will do everything we can to meet your expectations.
Did you know?.....
Professionally photographed homes tend to sell for more money and sell faster than homes photographed by amateurs, according to a new study by the real estate brokerage Redfin.
The study found that homes priced between $200,000 and $1 million sold for an average of $3,400 to $11,200 more than their list prices when professionally photographed than homes with amateur photos. For homes priced between $400,000 and $499,999, the study found that homes professionally photographed sold for $11,200 more.
In an analysis of 22 markets, the Redfin study evaluated the sales success of homes shot professionally versus homes shot by amateurs. The study evaluated homes priced between $200,000 and $1 million.
The study also found that homes that were professionally photographed also tended to sell faster. For instance, homes in the $400,000 range that were professionally photographed sold 21 days faster than those photographed by amateurs.
The facts are in - quality photographs give a huge marketing advantage to real estate agents over their competition using non-professional photos.
Mark got his start in commercial photography in Chicago, shooting catalog room scenes for companies like Spiegel, Montgomery Wards, and Sears. These shoots involved working with set-builders, designers, props, graphic artists and more. EVERY detail had to be PERFECT.
Cyndi also brings her professional experience in Visual Merchandising and Photography, designing displays for Gap, Inc., and others, to Heartland Realty Graphics.
Heartland Realty Graphics brings this same level of professionalism and experience to Residential and Commercial Real Estate Photography to clients in the Kansas City area.
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