How to go from renter to owner on Long Beach Island?Located on the North End in Harvey Cedars, this three - bedroom, two bath duplex shares ownership with other members of a homeowner
Is A Picture Worth A Thousand Words
The old saying that a picture is worth a thousand words still rules in the world of the real estate photos that we as real estate agents present to market our listings. The internet has become the portal to present our listings that we strive and hope to obtain in today's competitive real estate market. One of the best tools we have at our disposal are the photos that we use in our marketing of the homes we list. With today's technology, we as real estate agents are equipped with the capability of taking high quality photos of the homes we want to sell. The cameras and phones we use in our daily lives provide us the ability to easily get this task done. You should want to market your listing to the world with the best photos to tempt potential buyers to want to come and see your listing. Take some time when you are taking the photos. Make sure you remove any clutter on the counters, remove all those magnets on the fridge, empty the dirty dishes from the sink and put away any clothing laying on the beds. Turn on some lighting that will accent the rooms highlights. Be careful not to photograph yourself in mirrors. Check the settings on your camera or phone for the proper focus and flash settings. Don't put the seller's pets in the photos, this might eliminate some buyers who will not see the house because they are allergic. Your job is to present the best appealing photos of the house to make it a listing that is a must see. Show your sellers that you take pride in your job, yes a picture is worth a thousand words whether they are good words or bad words is up to you............