The client and agents can help make the shooting process go softly and make the property looks its best in the photographs. As the better the property shows to potential buyers the more likely they will desire to view and buy it.

Bellow you will find some important tips we've been collected to help you prepare the home before the shooting:

Exterior area:

  • Replace all burned out light bulbs

  • Do not park any vehicle in front of the property

  • Move garbage and recycling cans out of sight

  • Remove all the clutter such as cans, garden tools, pool toys, etc

  • Clean the driveways, sidewalks and patios

  • Prepare the lawn trimming the grass, taking out died plants and watering the plants

  • If you have swimming pool, be sure it's clean and crystal clear

    Interior area:

  • Replace all burned out light bulbs

  • Keep the lights on during the shooting session

  • Remove all the exposed items such as cables, newspapers, kids toys, personal photos, religious symbols, etc

  • Dust and vacuum all the rooms

  • Don't leave any dirty dishes in the sink

  • Move all the trash cans

  • Remove all the personal care products in the bathroom and keep clean folded towels

  • Windows, glass doors and mirrors should be cleaned

  • Open the blinds, shades and curtains if there have good views of the neighborhood

  • Try to buy some fresh flowers to decorate some rooms and fresh fruits to stage the kitchen, for example

  • Please make sure pets are contained, their food cans and litter boxes away from the view while photographs are being taken

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