No question putting your home on the market is a stressful experience. With everything going on what needs attention can sometimes get lost in the fog. This posting can help set you up for success not just in getting excellent photos, but also create effective showings.
Just a couple good tips and general advice on preparing your home to be photographed.
- De-clutter and hide clutter in the garage. The rule is, if there's an item your not sure should be put off to storage, it should. De-clutter as much as possible! Typically the garage is not photographed so it's a great place to store most clutter and unnecessary furniture. This will also make the home show better to potential buyers.
- Have carpets professionally cleaned. It's a great idea to have the carpets shampooed just prior to the photo shoot. Having your carpets cleaned is very affordable and goes a long way when marketing your home to potential buyers.
Below is a downloadable link to a simple guide that will help you get prepared for the photo shoot.