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Prep Guide for Realtors

Welcome to Prep Guide

A resource specifically tailored for realtors to ensure properties are presented at their best for photography and videography sessions. Follow these guidelines to enhance the visual appeal and ensure a smooth, efficient shoot.

 

 

Declutter and Clean

Clear away personal items, unnecessary decorations, and clutter. Ensure the property is thoroughly cleaned, focusing on reflective surfaces like windows and mirrors which can show marks and smudges in photos.

Furniture and Decor

Arrange furniture tastefully and ensure decor complements the space without overpowering it. Consider the flow of each room and remove any furniture that disrupts this flow.

 

Lighting

Open all curtains and blinds to allow natural light to fill the space. Replace any non-working light bulbs and turn on all lights during the shoot for a bright and welcoming atmosphere.

Outdoor Spaces

Tidy up the garden, mow the lawn, and remove any yard debris. Ensure outdoor furniture is clean and arranged neatly.

 

Special Features

Highlight the property’s unique features, such as fireplaces or built-in bookcases, by making them focal points in their respective rooms.

Pre-Shoot Walk-Through

Conduct a pre-shoot walk-through to ensure everything is in place and to identify any areas that need last-minute adjustments.

Pets

Remove pets and their belongings from the property during the shoot.

 

 Personal Items

Ensure personal items like family portraits or photographs are stored away.

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By following these steps, you'll be setting the stage for a successful photo and video session that brings out the best in your property. Remember, the goal is to create a welcoming, appealing space that potential buyers or renters can envision as their own.

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