Getting you noticed is our business
Time is money – especially in real estate
Once you’ve decided to sell your property, every mortgage payment you make is lost money. Neither the buyer nor your agent is going to add the payments you make, between beginning the process and settlement, to the sale price.
Some vendors will hold out for months for an extra $5,000, not understanding they’ve paid the bank $10,000 in mortgage payments while they haggled.
How much you get to keep, after you’ve paid the bank, is the most important number. Not to mention all the places you fell in love with but couldn’t make an offer on before yours sold. In short – the shorter your campaign, the better.
Stop them in their tracks
If you want to sell your house fast, you need to generate interest with strong marketing. Professional property images are central to any successful real estate advertising and marketing campaign.
Although important, good descriptive text won’t be read by buyers if they’re not compelled to look further by a strong opening photo, graphic or 3D render. The object here is to halt that scrolling finger with an image that makes them click to read more.
If they just scroll past your ad, they won’t buy it.
Start strong, get stronger
The images you present online – and in print media, from brochures to newspapers to sale boards – are your first line of attack; your precious first impression. Don’t leave this first impression to chance. If buyers’ are excited by what they see in the pictures, they’ll bring that excitement to the inspection or auction. Bore them with the ordinary and unremarkable and they might not show up at all. This one decision can make a difference of thousands of dollars on the sale price or months on the market.
Leave it to the professionals
Whether your property is an established one or still just a glint in the eye of an architect or planner, let The Image Division provide you with polished professional images designed to compel the buyer to take that important next step. Let’s work together to push your property to the top of their list. Because, if it’s last on their list, you may be in for a long, expensive, wait.