Thinking of or trying to sell your Berks County home? Maybe it is time for some home improvements. Do you wonder if a new color of paint would make a difference? Maybe you think the kitchen appliances or the counter top look dated. You can look at photos of other homes to get an idea of what changes may help and wonder how they could assist you in getting the most out of your home sale.
The only real way to know is to paint the wall or change the appliances but that is risky and expensive. What if it does not help, or looks worse? There is another way…The digital perspective on home improvements.
I recently photographed a kitchen for a customer who will be placing their Wyomissing, PA home on the market this spring. They could not decide on whether or not to replace the kitchen appliances. If the answer was “yes” then what should they choose to replace them with? I offered to digitally replace their appliances using Photoshop techniques I have mastered. This would give them a chance to see whether it was better to go with stainless, white or a combination of both appliances and how they compared to the original look. They eagerly accepted.
I have included the four photos of the kitchen I shared with them. First is the original, second shows the kitchen with white appliances, third shows stainless appliances and lastly, a combination of both.
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Great home photography has many benefits beyond the obvious. It displays the home in a way that is not only pleasing but also accurately depicts the features the home has to offer. As you see, it can also provide a window to what the home could look like without the time and expense.
Buyers like and desire pleasing and accurate representation of the homes they may want to buy. It saves them time looking at homes they have no interest in. It also draws them to homes that they may not have otherwise considered due to bad home photography.
What you see is not always what you get when doing home improvements. Using the digital perspective, it can be what you want!