Delete furniture and virtually stage your listing.

Looks much nicer when old outdated furniture is gone and the kid “moved in”

Or “clean up” the Master bedroom

Help your potential buyers imagine how the property could be updated and let the virtually ‘move in”

How to prepare your property for a real estate photography session

As a real estate photographer, I have photographed countless homes and apartments. However, the best shoots are always the ones where homeowners take the time to prepare their property before my arrival. Recently, I had the pleasure of photographing a beautiful apartment located right on the beach in Palm Beach, FL. The owners had prepared the property perfectly, allowing me to capture stunning images that showcased the apartment’s unique features and beauty.

If you’re planning on having your property photographed, there are a few steps you can take to ensure that your home looks its best in the photos. Here are some tips on how to prepare your property for a real estate photography session:

  1. Clean and Declutter: Before the photoshoot, make sure that your property is clean and clutter-free. This means removing any personal items, such as family photos and toiletries, from sight. You want potential buyers to be able to visualize themselves living in the space, and a cluttered environment can be distracting.
  2. Stage the Property: Staging the property involves arranging furniture and decor to make the space look more attractive and welcoming. Consider hiring a professional stager or doing some research on how to stage your property yourself. Remember, staging doesn’t have to be expensive, and small changes can make a big difference.
  3. Maximize Natural Light: Make sure all curtains and blinds are open to allow natural light into the space. This will make your property look brighter and more inviting, and will also make it easier for your photographer to capture great shots.
  4. Make Repairs: Take care of any minor repairs before the photoshoot. This includes fixing leaky faucets, filling in nail holes, and replacing any burned-out light bulbs. These small repairs can make a big difference in the overall appearance of your property.
  5. Consider Curb Appeal: Remember that the exterior of your property is just as important as the interior. Make sure that the outside of your property is well-maintained, including the lawn, landscaping, and any outdoor living spaces.

In conclusion, taking the time to properly prepare your property for a real estate photo shoot can make a huge difference in the final product. By following these simple steps, you can help your photographer capture stunning images that will help sell your property and attract potential buyers.

Beautiful Restauration Hardware style house for rent.

Real estate photographer Wellington

Beautiful Restoration Hardware style home for rent.

4 bedroom house with home office and state-of-the-art appliances.

Screened in the pool area with an indoor/outdoor state-of-the-art gym, bar, and kitchen let you experience Wellington’s best Equestrian lifestyle. 

Captured by me – South Florida real estate Photographer.

Renting apartment…

Looking to rent out your apartment but renters are still residing and the property is cluttered.

Yesterday one of my real estate agents requested to photograph an apartment in Boyton Beach. The renter is still living in and is halfway packed to move out. Many of you have been in this kind of situation.

I do have a solution for you. Digital clutter removal.

As you can see in the before and after.

If you want to get top dollar for your rental, you need to present it in a professional way.

Call me at 561 339 9984

Inta- Your real estate photographer