Bad photography makes a bad first impression. Here’s how to avoid it.

If you want to effectively sell your home, it’s incredibly important to have it staged. However, if you have bad photography that fails to showcase the wonderful qualities of your home, people won’t exactly be lining up to see it in person. 

Pictures make such a big first impression, so today we’ll be going over a list of examples that show what you should (and shouldn’t) do when taking home photos. 

For your convenience, I’ve included timestamps for each area we cover in the video. Feel free to navigate to the section(s) you’re most interested in viewing:

00:47— The exterior of the home
01:19— The entryway
02:00— The dining room
02:23— The living room
02:48— The family room
03:09— The powder room
03:33— The kitchen
03:55— The breakfast room
04:45— The sunroom
05:20— The pantry and laundry rooms
05:35— The garage and mud room
05:40— The bedrooms
06:34— The basement
08:26— Conclusion to today’s video

I cover 21 of the best home selling strategies in my upcoming book, and photography is just one part of the process. I’m excited to share it with you in the future, and if you have any questions or need more information in the meantime, feel free to reach out to me. I look forward to hearing from you soon.