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Real Estate Photography Statistics

We always suggest that our clients provide us with the highest resolution photos because as it goes without saying— "You only get one chance to make a first impression!" especially when it comes to real estate photography. Poor quality images that perhaps may have been taken with a cell phone or set to a low resolution setting on a digital camera result in unattractive photos that can instantly turn away potential buyers. Thus, hiring a professional photographer is a wise choice to show a home in its most marketable condition to sell. Here are some surprising photography statistics when it comes to online photos that will show just how much of an impact good visuals make when buyers are searching for their next home online.

What Our Clients Say

“Our vacant property was listed for sale with no offers for over 90 days and after virtual staging of the photos took place, we instantly saw an increase in buyer traffic and got an offer in less than 4 weeks.  The buyers liked the photos which helped them with decorating ideas for the home.”

JEANNIE THOMPSON, Agent | Long & Foster – Virginia

“Love the photos! I will be your most devoted client!  Thank You!!!”

PAMELA BELLLAH, Managing Broker | John L. Scott Real Estate – Washington

“I only post virtually staged photos by VSP for my vacant listings and it is an excellent service instead of having blank rooms for buyers to view online.”

MARTHA MAY, Realtor | Koenig & Strey – Illinois

“We received 2 offers in less than a week and a half.  The property was listed with vacant photos for over 220 days on the market with no offers.  Many buyers passed on the house but after posting the virtual photos, they changed their minds and we definitely saw an increase in buyer traffic!”

TRISH BRADLEY, Agent | Rutledge Properties – Massachusettes

“After posting the virtually staged photos I saw an increase in showings and we got my vacant listing under contract in less than 14 days! “

PAUL HERRICK, Realtor | Keller Williams Realty – Massachusetts