Category: Photos

  • To get the very best results from your photo shoot, please prepare your property before the photographer arrives. As you get your home ready, please be mindful of the bullet points listed below: * GENERAL: * Clean glass doors and windows * Vacuum or mop floors * Dust furniture and appliances * Tidy up closets * Turn off any TVs * Open blinds to let in good natural light * Remove scuff marks from the walls * OUTSIDE: * Clear the driveway of cars,

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  • We pay for pro photography because it is so imporant to selling as quickly as possible for the highest possible sales price. This video explains, in detail, the importance of pro photography. It specifically focuses on the importance of wide angle lenses and standing flashes. Better photos mean more internet clicks, showings and offers.

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  • We will reimburse the expense of photography [https://www.homebay.com/resources/does-homebay-arrange-photography-for-me/], up to $150, for any photographer who has standing flashes and wide angle lenses. As noted in this video, we think both are critical to top quality photos. The better your photos, the more clicks, showings and offers you will receive.

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  • Home Bay pays for pro listing photos [https://www.homebay.com/tips/why-having-really-nice-pictures-of-your-home-matter-a-lot/] for all of our clients. Here's how the listing photo process works: 1. Home Bay pays for listing photos and will send you a list of recommended listing photographers in your area. 2. You contact one of these companies, or any other photographer of your choosing, to schedule the time of the photo session. 3. Home Bay will pay up to $150 to

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  • In remote areas, finding a real estate photographer can be more of a challenge. The best starting point for you may be Yelp, and you may have to work with a photographer who doesn't solely specialize in real estate photos. Regardless of where you live, our policy is to pay up to $150 [https://www.homebay.com/resources/does-homebay-arrange-photography-for-me/] towards your photo session. In metro areas, this amount typically covers the entire photo session. -------------------------------------

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  • We have seen no data to suggest that night shots or drone shots will help you sell more quickly or for more money. By contrast, our data does show that basic professional photography [https://www.homebay.com/tips/5-big-reasons-you-should-hire-a-pro-listing-photographer/] of the key rooms in your home is very important to your home sale. If your home is very close to some landmark that a drone shot would highlight (as shown below) or if your property is expansive (a ranch, for example), then dr

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  • If you provide your own listing photography that meets our minimum standards, we willdiscount your price by $150. In general, that means you provide high-quality photos of your home's exterior (front), backyard, kitchen, living room and master bedroom. Your photos must be high resolution and they must not be blurry or grainy. That said, we still highly advise you obtain professional photography because professional real estate photographers have wide angle lenses and standing flashes that make

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  • We believe pro photos are so important in selling your home that we pay for it! Pro photography [https://www.homebay.com/tips/why-having-really-nice-pictures-of-your-home-matter-a-lot/] leads to more showings and offers because standing flashes and wide angle lenses make your home look bright and big. Data from the National Association of Realtors and Google shows almost all buyers begin their search online. Think of it like online data -- it is the pictures that are driving the activity. If y

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