Instagram has become one of the best social media platforms for market not only listings, but also for real estate brands. Followers can be gained quickly and relatively easy if realtors use specific proven strategies. Here is a basic introduction by best-selling author Jack Delosa to the etiquette behind building a brand that works:
Could you imagine buying a home without ever stepping foot inside?
We all know how hot the market has been for sellers recently, and most realtors are probably aware of the growing trend of buyers making an offer without even viewing the property. I learned this first-hand after a property I photographed in Raymore went under contract within ONE HOUR of being listed!
The Kansas City market is still going strong, and that is excellent news for everyone! However, this also means we are all very busy and must utilize our time wisely. For the experienced scheduler, preparation and organization are two things that don’t go amiss. So when it comes to making an appointment to have a property photographed, and meeting with your local professional photographer, it goes without saying some small preparation will go a long way. This is essential to keeping a full calendar of a busy real estate agent (or photographer) running as seamless as possible.
If you’ve ever hired a professional photographer to help sell a home, then you understand the importance of visual presentation. Although professional photographs can certainly help get potential buyers in the door, they are much more effective when paired with complementary visual elements, like home staging.