Spring is the time to take new MLS photos and get the old ones off the MLS and other online real estate sites. Buyers shop the internet months before they are ready to buy and you want to grab their interest early in the process.
Furthermore if you don;t take the opportunity to change out your MLS photos your photos will quickly show how long the house has been on the market. It is doing a disservice to the seller by not taking new spring time photos for your marketing pieces. Yes it will take a little bit of time, it may cost some money but it could get the house sold sooner too.
A Smart and Attentive Agent
makes plans to freshen up the MLS listing and the marketing photos. The winter photos showing leafless trees and brown grass do nothing to make the house look better and do make the house stand out. This is a chance for a fresh start and to kickstart the listing into sold.
Make a Plan
to get photos with leafed out trees and green grass. Get sellers to help by asking them to plant some early spring flowers for a bit of color. If You need some helpful tips when taking photos click here. And if you are taking your own photos, make sure you are doing a great job, Using some simple steps and a quality camera will make the photos stand out and look great to the public in MLS.
Don't Jump the Gun
If it is still too early and your area doesn't have green grass yet, start by making your list and prioritize by the ones that have been on the market the longest. They need to be first on your list and need that extra push in marketing. Spring also bring lots of rain so be flexible and know that after a rain everything tends to look a little greener.
It's Spring and Time for New MLS Photos. When you post new photos you may be appealing to new buyers.
For good marketing tips and to give your home the best representation on the market contact Clarksville TN Real Estate Agent, Debbie Reynolds. 931-920-6730, Debbie works at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty and the office is located at 2503 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. Clarksville TN.