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#455380 - 11/10/16 04:58 PM Re: Photography: Hire out or DIY? [Re: Neal M]
Dan M Lee Offline
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Registered: 08/16/16
Posts: 17
Loc: New York City
Correct. We are about to run an ad campaign marketing to both realtors and home sellers in the benefits of hiring a photographer.

I'll post it up here soon, some useful stats in it..

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#456108 - 01/01/17 06:44 AM Re: Photography: Hire out or DIY? [Re: Dan M Lee]
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Registered: 10/19/10
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Loc: Toronto, Canada
Completely agree with Dan.

I am a real estate marketing professional working for a busy brokerage here in Toronto.

Our marketing team has to edit approximately 95% of the photos that hit our desks.

Aces in their places, your time is better spent focused in other more productive areas.

Sure you might have a low level lease or a low cost tear down that might be an exception, but realize that those photos you have taken reflect you and your brand. Cheap and unprofessional images say a lot about you, your service, and the potential client base that will need your services.

I recently polled our top 30 agents, all 30 used pros to shoot their properties of those 30, 26 had some of the best photographers in the area. Not all pros are equal either actually there is a huge divide between Pro's ans what we call Moe's.

Realize that the majority of time your property images are the first thing other realtors and potential clients see with your name attached to it.

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#457270 - 04/07/17 05:47 AM Re: Photography: Hire out or DIY? [Re: lighthouselady]
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Registered: 04/07/17
Posts: 15
Loc: Southern Ontario
It takes a professional to do a professional job. A professional real estate photographer can take pics from an angle which makes a small room look larger and a dark room look bright and appealing.


Edited by AgentAlam (04/07/17 05:48 AM)

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