Why Professional Photos are a MUST!

Dated: September 1 2020

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Why Professional Photos are a MUST!

Did you know that 95% of home buyers begin their search online? Photos are the first impression they receive of your home.

It MUST be a great one! That is why I insist on using a professional photographer when listing your home. A professional photographer is just that...a professional. They can highlight certain aspects and features of your home to make it standout. Lighting is also important. Dark, dingy photos only encourage a shopper to move on to the next listing.

Photos along with a great marketing plan are what attracts the buyer and moves them forward to the next step of actually touring your home. That is why at Kelly Rickard, Realtor®, we insist on representing your home in the best possible light with professional photos.

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KELLY RICKARD

I am a native Texan and real estate agent for Abby Realty in Spring, TX. I was born and raised in the Houston area; therefore, I know the city and surrounding areas well. Whether you are buying, sell....

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