Taking and Re-Taking Listing Photos

Posted by Dan Miller, REALTOR on Wednesday, June 8th, 2016 at 5:49am.

Killer listing photos motivate buyers to act quickly and schedule immediate showings. That's why our number one priority for every listing is to capture beautiful photos. Sometimes that means a second or even a third photo shoot is necessary to get the listing photos just right. This was the case with our new listing at 148 Inverness Circle in Bergamont

This home has some wonderful views of the surrounding countryside, but the weather during our first two photo shoots didn't cooperate. So we scheduled a third photo shoot and captured these beautiful balcony views. 

148 Inverness Circle Balcony Views

All of these panoramic views were captured from the back deck of the property.

  

 

 

148 Inverness Circle - More Exterior Photos

We also captured these fantastic photos of the building exterior and lot. 

 

 

148 Inverness Circle Community Views

Then we took advantage of the great weather to take some excellent shots of the surrounding Bergamont subdivision. Here are a just a few examples. 

 

 

 

Another Way to Use Beautiful Photos

By the end of our third photo shoot we had dozens of beautiful exterior and community photos. We had many more images than we could possibly display in the listing, so we loaded all of them onto a digital photo frame and placed the frame at the property. The 15" photo frame presents all of the photos in a slick, slide show format. 

This listing offers an excellent example of how our real estate team invests the time and money needed to create a high-quality real estate listing. Call us to discuss a selling plan for your home. 

This article is published courtesy of:
Dan Miller, REALTOR
Mad City Dream Homes & RE/MAX Preferred
610 Junction Road #205, Madison, WI, 53717

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