How To Use Teaser Shots To Get More Showings Today!

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We have mentioned it before and we will mention it again… First impressions count! Grab a buyers’ attention by using teaser shots to drive buyers to a physical showing. Teaser photos show a close up of the room’s highlights without showing the entire space. For example, if your kitchen’s differentiating feature is new countertops and backsplash, show a teaser shot of that area with an overview of the kitchen in the best angle. If you have a beautiful landscaped exterior, make sure to get close up shots of the foliage/hardscape and then one photo of the overview of the entire space. Other areas not to leave out are the main living spaces and the master bedroom and bathroom. You want photos showcasing the best of these main spaces with just enough to make a buyer say, “I love that – I want to see more in person!”. Spaces that are minor can wait for an in person walk through, such as powder rooms and/or extra bedrooms, garage and unfinished basements. Now that you have all your great teaser shots, next is using them effectively to grab the attention of buyers! Typically an exterior front photo is the first picture a potential buyer sees, but what if that doesn’t showcase the home in the best light? Set yourself apart and make the best teaser shot the cover photo on your listing, making your first impression a memorable one. With Des Moines being in the top 5 areas to raise a family, you have people all over the country looking at your property. People from different parts of the country are looking for different features in a home. Knowing that, Elizabeth Erin Designs will make sure your property stands out above your competition to protect your investment!
At Elizabeth Erin Designs we have over 25 years of combined staging design experience, nationwide. We have worked with buyers from the east to the west coast and everywhere in-between! We use timeless trends to ensure you achieve attention getting photos that the buyers won’t be able to resist seeing in person! We have a proven approach that we can customize to work in any price range. For an occupied home, we can start with a two hour verbal consultation, and you can also layer in more of our services from there. On vacant homes, we offer physical stagings or virtual stagings. We look forward to being the design team to help you achieve your vision!
Please check out our blog on https://www.elizabetherindesigns.com/blog/ for tips on staging and or visit our website https://www.elizabetherindesigns.com/home-staging/ for more information on our staging services. You can also email us if you have a topic you would like us to cover. Be sure to check back next week for more helpful staging information from Katie’s Corner!