Article Written by Bryce Thompson Spring is historically the best time to sell a home, and that means now is the best time to prepare it for sale. According to the National Association of Realtors, “Sales activity between February and March increases by 34%, while prices rise by 3%. Better to hit the ground running when the time comes, rather than stressing out wondering why you didn’t set yourself up
Article Written by Kris Sontag Source The picture of your backyard may not be the first photo that potential buyers see online when they’re looking for a home to buy. But it can be the picture in the lineup that breaks the deal — even before a buyer has come to look at your home in person. If your yard looks like it’s going to need a lot of work,
Article Written By Tina Hill Curb appeal is the term real estate agents use to describe a home’s appearance from the street. Agents know it can determine how quickly a house sells — and at what price. That’s especially true in this age of the internet. Nearly every real estate company posts pictures and videos of their listings on websites, allowing potential buyers to give a thumbs up or down to
It’s June of 2019, and when I go to real estate photography appointments I can generally count on the agent mentioning something about the market slowing down. Or they don’t have as much work as they did last year. They say it’s really tough to get listings right now. But these are the best Realtors in Dallas, and if it’s a struggle for them to get listings, then I can
You have the design eye. Your clients hire you because they want the best. Showcase your interior design projects with superior photos! When hiring a professional interior design photographer you have numerous choices. Take note of the quality of the pictures in the photographer’s portfolio. Are the photos sharp and crisp? Do the colors appear accurate? Do the photos look magazine worthy?
The Dallas Fort Worth market is over-saturated with real estate photographers. That’s a good thing – as local Realtors have a choice in who they trust to market their listings and build their brand! However not all real estate photographers are created equal.
Lexington Park at Rice Field is a development of town homes located in Plano, Texas. Conveniently located within blocks from downtown historic Plano, residents can make a short walk to enjoy nearby dining and entertainment. The three story town homes feature hardwood flooring, custom cabinets and granite in the kitchen and a master suite with dual vanities, separate glass-enclosed shower and jetted tub.