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Listing photos can be the difference if your home flys off the market or sits for several months. High-quality images should help to generate a considerable amount of interest online. Keep reading and discover a few helpful tips on how to prep your home for listing photos.

Declutter the inside and outside

One of the best steps a home seller can take when selling their home is to eliminate the clutter. If you want to capture the best photos possible, you will need to clear almost anything that isn’t essential, like furniture and lamps. Ideally, you want to get any knick-knacks out of the house; however, if you can’t, you should pack them away in boxes in your garage. The issue with clutter is that it makes a home appear smaller in pictures, which can turn away potential buyers.

Clear out the driveway

Homebuyers want to see the driveway in listing photos. With this, do not block your well-paved driveway with cars, storage containers, and any other objects for listing photos. People want the full view of your home in your listing photos. When your driveway is not clear, they are unable to get the whole picture. 

Eliminate personalizations

It is essential to rid your home of all personalizations before any pictures are taken. Any family pictures or any personal items will not help your home to sell. You want to give your potential buyers with almost a blank canvas so they can envision themselves moving into the home. This is hard to do when your walls, shelves, and fridge feature pictures of your family.

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