Posts Tagged: real estate photography Colorado

The True Value of Professional Real Estate Photography

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How many investments are you aware of with a 1300% return? Anyone reading this article is involved in the real estate business in one way or another.  I’m confident the majority of our readers are Realtors™ or licensed real estate agents with a strong grasp of financial investment basics, like ROI. But you don’t need […]


Crushing The Competition When Everyone’s An Expert

The internet has become an important resource for home buyers and sellers who are more educated and prepared than they have ever been.  While they still understand the value of having a licensed real estate professional guide them, they come to the table with more information, and in turn higher expectations. So how do you […]


Photographer Spotlight: Master Photographer Nate Koerner

Nate Koerner’s motto is one you may have heard before: “Never look back, unless you are planning to go that way”, by Henry David Thoreau. For Nate, it really sums up his approach to his life and his work.  Nate says, “I really try to be present, be in the moment, and be relaxed.” He […]


Mediamax Photographers Have What it Takes to Deliver Stunning Twilight Photography

Twilight Photography by Mediamax's Jon Eady for Elizabeth Owens, RE/MAX Elite

Twilight Photography is one of the most challenging things real estate photographers do. Any time you’re shooting in low light, you have to know what you’re doing. There’s a fine line between a great image and one that’s just dark. You’d better know the difference. You also have to be ready. You can’t be fiddling […]


Standing Out In A Media Saturated Market

As the trend of buyers purchasing their homes “sight unseen” continues to grow, the importance of utilizing your visual tools has never been greater. At the same time, wading through photos and media in general online can often be overwhelming for potential buyers. This means that it is all the more important for your visuals […]


Staging For Success: Less Is More

We’ve emphasized many times the importance of eliminating clutter when it comes to preparing a home for photography and ultimately for sale. Putting away a seller’s personal “stuff” and getting rid of anything that would distract from the neutral tone is always a good idea before scheduling a photographer or setting up a walk-through with […]


Are you throwing money out the window?

Selling a home is a busy and often stressful time of any homeowner’s life. The task of getting packed while preparing the home for sale is added to their everyday life of work, kids, and everything else that they already have going on. It’s important to remember that for most sellers, they have never done […]


Emotional Attachment: Attracting Buyers Who Will Fight to Win the Bidding War

You don’t need to be a psychologist to understand the emotional impact from high quality visual content used to attract online buyers.  In fact, 50% of every buying decision is driven by emotion.  And, visual content for real estate listing marketing goes way beyond still photography; today’s real estate professional needs an arsenal of visual […]


Branding Yourself As A Neighborhood Expert

In today’s market, presenting yourself as a knowledgeable and experienced agent couldn’t be more important. From establishing an online presence, to simply winning the trust of your potential clients, it’s not always easy to know what to focus on. If you’re looking for ways to win more listings, one great way to do that is […]


Is Your Disorganization Costing Your Clients Money?

There’s no doubt that a real estate agent’s most important job will always be that of advisor and coordinator, leading their unexperienced clients through a very complicated process. As an advisor, the most important role is marketing the home. We spoke to RE/MAX agent Mick Madsen, who emphasized the importance of following a plan every […]