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Hiring a professional real estate photographer is a smart move. Whether you’re a real estate agent looking to provide the best results for your clients, or a homeowner organising the best photos for your home’s listing, you’re in the right place. Once you’ve chosen a property photographer, they’ll come to your property and take plenty of photos that showcase all its best features to potential buyers or tenants. With professional photos that make your place stand out from the competition, you’ll maximise your property’s value and attract more buyers (or tenants) - paying for a pro real estate photographer is a no brainer!

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What does a real estate photographer do?

Real estate photographers specialise in capturing photos of properties. This could include properties for sale or rent, or holiday homes like those listed on Airbnb.

Why work with a professional real estate photographer?

A professional photographer can help attract more clicks on your online listing, which means more inspections and more potential buyers or renters. And more competition means you get the best chance of securing top dollar for your property.

Does the real estate agent or homeowner pay for the photographer?

Usually, the owner of the property pays for the real estate photographer’s services (and any other marketing costs associated with promoting the property).

How many photos should your real estate photographer take?

Most real estate listings have at least 10 photos, but a good real estate photographer will take hundreds of photos and then edit the best 15-30.

How long will your photographer spend at the property?

Smaller properties might take just 20 minutes to capture, while larger estates could take several hours.

How much does it cost to hire a real estate photographer?

Most real estate photographer prices range from around $100-$200 when you book your services through Airtasker. This will depend on the type of photos you need, the size of the property, the number of photos, and the total time needed to get the job done.

What does a real estate photographer do?

When you hire your real estate photographer, they’ll work with you to understand the story of your property, who you’re trying to appeal to, and what features to focus on. They’ll take a range of photos onsite, edit them, and provide print/web ready copies ready for your promotion. Here are some of the most popular types of real estate photos you can ask them to take:

Property for sale photos

If your property is up for sale, good photos are a huge part of generating interest from online and print ads. Your real estate photographer will be experienced in capturing the kinds of photos buyers are looking for and they’ll know how to play up the best features of your home. They’ll use a high quality camera to capture photos of your bedrooms, bathrooms, living areas, kitchen, street/driveway, and backyard. Many property photographers use a wide angle lense to help the space feel bigger, and they may use multiple lights and light stands to help the space appear more bright and airy. After the session, they’ll edit and crop the best photos from the shoot so they’re ready for your web or print campaign.

Rental property photos

Professional photos of your rental property can help get more applicants to inspect and enquire about it, which will help keep vacancies to a minimum. The process is very similar to taking photos of a property that’s for sale, but may focus less on the emotional and more on the practical features. That’s because renters aren’t necessarily looking for a property they can fall in love with or live in for decades - they just want something that meets their needs right away. Photos will focus on floor space, storage space, bathrooms, number of bedrooms, and appliances (like a dishwasher and air conditioning). They’ll take photos of the outside space, too, focusing on features like your shed, patio, pool, secure fencing, and grassy areas suitable for kids. After the photos are taken, your photographer will edit the photos to maximise appeal and send them via email or USB so they can be used in your listing.

Airbnb photos

Savvy Airbnb hosts are organising a professional photographer to help showcase their property’s best features in the listing. After all, it’s usually the photos that help potential guests decide whether a property is right for them. Depending on the price point and location, your real estate photographer will focus on aspects like the view/surroundings, bedroom spaces, kitchen/living areas, and any special details/touches. In some cases, it could make sense to organise styling and/or models to pose for your photos, as this can help guests imagine themselves enjoying the space.

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