Lots of folks are not wild about the image the department of motor vehicles throws, laminates on your driver's license or are not too peachy keen about the mug shot pasted on a passport.But you live with it, don't post it on your social media or AR profile socket for the world to see. Keep it in the dark. With ME real estate however, you have do overs, second and third chances to improve on what is used to showcase the propety a broker is hired to sell.
The eye candy, bait you use to flirt with, to get folks to slow down, come back for a second look and hopefully a wolf whistle is what is the sizzle that sells the steak. Okay, not every place is drop dead gorgeous but there is always something to promote, to point out as you pick up the camera and study the property, terrain you have to work with.
How often do you return to a property or after a showing, during a drive by in the neighborhood to reshoot, upload a different image? Sometimes to get past a snowy winter scene intiallly posted. Other times to collect images that replace ones that look like they were shot five minutes before a total eclipse or just after it looks like a nuclear device was detonated at the neighboring property.
Your copy in an ad, blog post is important. Not to waste time, to get folks thinking, considering this gem of a property you have listed. The one you ask folks to "step right up", and to see the wonder, the marvels of what this little real estate listing has to offer. Images, real estate photos, pictures where it beams, shines, deserves a buyer's undivided attention. But beyond copy in a visual world and more "looking at the pictures" approach as novels are shelved due to the time involved to get to the meat of the matter quickly, images, video have stepped up a notch. Gone up a few rungs on the real estate marketing ladder.
If you have always been a whatever the weather, season is kind of point and shoot real estate agent, broker, REALTOR, it shows. Once in awhile with the law of averages you hit it right and the lighting, angle, composition of the shot is stellar, superb, memorable in a good way.
But to never revisit, improve on what you put out there as your starting "picture" to deliver the punch is short sighted. And even with a wonderful collection of intial shots put on line in the 25 sockets empty and begging for quality imagery on the mls, realtor.com, etc platform harness template, its not a bad idea to rotate, shake it up a little. That first opening shot as you carry the listing for months and months does not look new and different. The lead in shot is same ole same ole, gets passed over, weeded out by a serious real estate buyer kicking property tires.
The carousel ME real estate photo rotation where you place images revolves in and out of the monitor frame and should be your best work. Consistently how you market, broadcast, introduce and "court 'n spark" to stand out, get noticed. Maine, wake up, start your dream. We start with one by one better images, more memorable snapshots dealth out one by one to hopefully get attention, build desire, develop interest, and ultimately cause action. Like a phone call, drive by, email or office visit in person. And all those first class, grade "A" images should be weaved in to your 30 frames per second ME real estate video to reinforce, hammer home the point that this is not just another pretty real estate property listing. Not something your buyer can easily pass over, avoid or miss out on completely because of the tractor beam, the attraction pulling them back, or to stop in their tracks and take it in. It's "Show and tell...every day", not just once a school year now boys and girls. Trade in your ugly ducklines for graceful swan real estate photos, images, pictures.