Recognized again for being one of the best real estate photographers in San Antonio
I provide all the images you need to market your property in the best way possible. I shoot the listing inside and outside providing you with high end magazine quality images. Typical delivery is around 50 print ready images enabling you to represent your client’s listing with the highest quality.
To further strengthen your edge in the market, I can create a slide show featuring your property including your logo and contact info,For properties requiring an expanded point of view, aerial photos and videography are available to ensure the finest and the most detailed representation of your listing.
Please Prepare Your Home for Photography
Please let us know if there are some special features that you want to include or areas you want excluded.
Unfinished basements, attics or garages are not usually photographed, unless requested.
If a stager is used, please schedule the photo shoot once the staging is complete.
Remove all vehicles from the driveway. Make sure the garage doors are closed. Do not park cars in front of the house.
Remove trash cans, garden tools, garden hoses and sprinklers from view.
Sweep the driveways, patios, and sidewalks.
Put deck/patio umbrellas up in season (if not too windy) and remove barbecue covers and place out of sight. Remove pool toys, cleaner and any floating items from the pool.
All window blinds should be set to the same height. I will open and close as needed.
Mow the lawn, clean up any yard debris, store mower out of sight.
Bushes and trees trimmed to show a clear view of the house.
Enhance curb appeal with a front door wreath, pots of greenery or fresh flowers in season.
Make sure all lights and lamps have working light bulbs.
Clear off counter tops in the kitchen and bathrooms, removing tissue boxes, soap containers and paper towel rolls.
A bowl of Apples, Oranges, Lemons and Limes adds a nice touch of color to a kitchen counter.
Remove all notes, pictures and magnets from the refrigerator and any bulletin boards
Turn off ceiling fans.
Put away any evidence of “work”, including buckets, mops, trash cans, vacuum cleaners, sponges, soap bottles and cleaning cloths.
Hide the Kitchen trash can – the garage is usually a good place to store it temporarily.
Pet beds, feeding bowls and toys temporarily stored out of sight. Secure pets.
Remove newspapers, stacks of magazines and all TV/video remotes
Windows and mirrors cleaned and streak free.
Carpets vacuumed, wood floors polished.
Beds freshly made and freshly folded towels in bathrooms.
De-Clutter and De-personalize so your buyer can imagine living in their new home!