It’s important to make a good first impression with your property photos so
people don’t scroll past your property.
Who are you trying to connect with? Couples, families with young children,
anglers or hunters? Anglers definitely want to see a genuine picture of your
property if it buts up against a creek or lake. Families will be interested in a picnic
table or fire pit. Ensure that these amenities are represented in your photos.
Maybe you have a gorgeous flower garden or a view of the mountains. Highlight
these with a photo. Pleased guests will share this information with others and will
likely lead to more bookings. If you are making bicycles available for guests to
borrow, you may want to takes of the bicycles. Consider what happens in your
town like art festivals, music festivals or car shows. Include a photo of these local
Don’t misrepresent yourself and be truthful about what you offer. For example, if
you have a swimming pool but it is off-limits to guests, don’t take a picture of it.
It will be helpful to keep your property tidy and that your photos look that way
too. Before you begin taking pictures, ensure that extraneous stuff (i.e. garden
tools, wheel barrow, leaf bags, kids’ toys) are not in your picture.
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