Presenting your home for professional pictures, you need to capture with good, stylish decor showing the style of the home, the colours of the rooms and the quality of the interior.
Be sure your furniture is up-todate and suits the style of the house. Turn all lighting on to create a mood and show a light space with no dark corners.
Have a good balance of the room with enough furniture to show the size of the room— without cluttering it up with knick-knacks and scattered toys.
Getting your front yard ready the day before inspection is just one part of the job.
People will drive by during the week to see whether your house is worthy of taking up their precious weekend time.
Private inspections can happen at any time of the day or week so make sure your garden is presentationready at all times.
Keep the garden free of weeds at all times and remove any dead trees or plants straight away. Have a clear path to the front door so buyers are directed straight to the house.
Your entrance should be inviting, clear of clutter and make people feel like they want to see more.
Clear as much clutter as possible Before and after: proper presentation for professional photographs is essential for a successful campaign. away in boxes or storage so if you get all those annoying things you’ve We all want our house to sell for ‘‘that call’’ from your agent you can avoided for years: things such as the highest price and with an active have the house ready in less than wobbly door handles, paint on light effort in your presentation, you are 10 minutes. switches, faulty light fittings, loose well on your way.
Maintenance is essential. Go over bricks and steps. Make a list and do the house from top to bottom and fix the lot.