Do your photographs give too much away?

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https://dinecapri.com/uncategorized/zsyhlnv Spring is such a lovely time of year.  Many of the houses we work with at HomeTruths are rural or village homes, surrounded by fields and woodland, and look absolutely beautiful at this time of year.  I love how the flowers count down the weeks until summer too, starting with the snowdrops, then the daffodils, and of course the beautiful bluebells.

https://www.artevarese.com/y9lbjyow7w Lots of our clients are really pleased when their photographs and brochure feature their beautiful gardens, complete with seasonal flowers.  However, I have to explain that whilst it’s true that they do look so pretty, they unfortunately date the photography, and therefore the date the house first came to market, for their buyers to see.  I can look at property photography and date it within about 4 weeks, and that may be information you don’t want to share with your buyers.

https://www.armoniaf.com/y9gdni61e There are some weeks between spring and autumn when it’s reasonably safe to photograph a garden without giving too much away.  A good property photographer will exclude any tell-tale flowers if he possibly can, and give you the best chance of achieving an attractive brochure that doesn’t date.

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So – no daffodils please; and if your photographs can be ‘dated’, it’s time to give your agent a call and ask him to arrange for new ones.  Tell him Sam said so.

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8 thoughts on “Do your photographs give too much away?

  1. Sam Jones Post author

    Shocking! You really don’t want to give a buyer any more reasons than they already have, for making a low offer. Keeping your photographs up to date and of the current season keeps them fresh, and your buyer assuming you haven’t been on the market very long.

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  2. Claire, Plantpassion

    https://www.mediadesignandprint.com/2022/08/10/3azcqfn4ry totally agree, We bought our house in September, and the Estate agent still had a photo of the Magnolia Soulangeana in flower out the front. I asked why it was taking so long to sell and he said that the picture was from late May! – Total BS, as it’s finished by the middle of April in a normal year, this year it was about April 12th! Oh well, it let us know that we could give an offer.

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  3. John K Smith

    https://www.rokaakor.com/z9ynoa6rm7 Dating house photos. Hmmmm how often do Google pop round your street, we’ve viewed houses that the same for sale board is on street view and if you look from up and down the street you can tell the photos have been took at different times and the board is on them both.

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