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Ebook: The Ultimate Guide To Switching Real Estate Photography Vendors

By Lindsay Goebel Last Updated November 14, 2019 2 min read

Download our latest ebook to explore why switching real estate photography vendors may drastically improve your listing portfolio and brand image while providing you with flexible scheduling and unparalleled customer support.

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Here’s a preview of what you will find within the Ebook:

SECTION 1 | Introduction

Professional real estate photography has never been more important for listing agents, and there are incredible statistics to back this up. For instance, did you know that 96% of buyers view listings online prior to deciding to see a home in person? And that homes with professional photos get 61% more views?

Agents who use professional photography earn twice as much commission as those who do not, which makes sense because homes with high-quality images receive 47% higher asking price per square foot. If you’re one of the only 35% of real estate agents using professional photography for your listings, let’s see if you are using the most impactful, client-centric real estate photography vendor or if it’s time to make the switch. If you aren’t currently using professional real estate photography, continue reading to see how it will drastically improve your listing portfolio and brand image. 

SECTION 2 | Why should you switch?

You may feel that all professional real estate photography vendors are pretty similar – so, why switch, right? Wrong! While you can expect to earn more with professional photography, the experience you have with your photographer can heavily impact both your time and your bottom line.

Scheduling

You have enough to worry about after you win a listing; getting a hold of your photographer to schedule your shoot shouldn’t be one of them. When looking at vendors, questions you should be asking yourself are:

  • How can I place my order after office hours?
  • Does my vendor work independently or do they have a support team?
  • Does my vendor have online support? Who will answer my questions?
  • What do I do if I need to re-schedule?