URBN photo can help you create great images of your property and get more value out of your listing
$125 for 30 images (interior and exterior)
$50 for Same Day Service
We also can accommodate virtual tours and a cinema-style video. Pricing will vary by property.
All pricing subject to 8.25% sales tax
4 Reasons to Hire A Real Estate Photographer
1) In Real Estate, A Picture Is Worth $1,000 or More
Attention desperate home sellers. Don’t want to lower the price on your house? Consider better photos. Real-estate listings that use photographs taken by the higher-end SLR cameras favored by photographers and photography enthusiasts, tend to do better than those that use photos from cheaper point-and-shoot cameras, according to a new analysis done by Redfin Corp., a Seattle-based brokerage.
2) 20 Seconds for Love at First Sight
Researchers tracking the eye movements of subjects who looked at online home listings found that more than 95% of users viewed the first photo—the one that shows the exterior of the home—for a total of 20 seconds.
3) Photo Tricks to Sell Your Home
Larry Lohrman, a real estate photography guru, gives his top 5 photography tips. He noted that in this slower market, good photography can give a seller an edge.
“Market times are very long, and in any given submarket, the inventory is huge,” Lohrman said. “So I think the real issue is how you stand out among the competition. To me, one of the best ways to stand out is photography.”
4) What’s ‘beautiful’ worth? About $12,500
In real-estate listings, what’s the difference between describing your home as “beautiful” versus “move-in condition”? About $12,500 on a $250,000 home.
Professor Paul Anglin, a real-estate economist in Guelph, Ontario, says that homes described as “beautiful” in real-estate listings sell for 5% more while “move-in condition” has no effect on sale price.