A great first impression is extremely important.
Taking high-quality photos can make or break your rental property listing. Most people make their initial decisions online based on listing descriptiveness and quality of photos/how nice the place looks.
Make sure you have good lighting for your photos. Shoot during the day when the sun is out and opening the shades in order to allow the natural light to fill the room.
Natural lighting will help make your pictures look amazing while highlighting the room’s lighting and windows.
2. Horizontal Photos
Make sure to take horizontal photos when taking pictures of your property. Horizontal photos help cover most of the room. Another side hint here, if you have a smartphone, check out the settings on your camera.
You may be able to use a wide-angle camera to capture more of the room.
3. Steady Camera
When taking photos or videos, make sure the camera is steady. Make sure when taking a photo, the content is straight not on an awkward angle.
This rule heavily applies when capturing videos because an unsteady video with a lot of background noise can make your property listing come across as unprofessional.
Make sure the property you are taking photos of is clean. Pick up anything that is on the floor, vacuum carpets, dust, etc. This tip is also very important because a messy home can be very unappealing to a potential renter.
Having a dirty home could cost you many potential applicants.
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