I love my clients and their big hearts! I am so proud of our “Kansas City”. 2015 was definitely one for the record! Cheers
Lori is happy with my work! “We are happy that Kevin took pictures of our home. He was professional, friendly, and even offered a few helpful tips while he was with us. He worked quickly yet was thorough and creative with his shots. My husband and I completely recommend Kevin Jacks for any real estate photography needs. Sincerely, Mrs. Lori Wymore”
“Kevin did a fantastic job showcasing my clients beautiful home. He’s very professional and thorough, and instantly you see his passion for his work. Call Kevin Jacks for your next real estate listing photos, you won’t be disappointed.” – Cheryl Weikel, Realtor with Keller Williams
These terrible estate agent photographs showing homes with wild color schemes, oddly place furniture and even random animals might make you question how the owner ever made a sale.
The genuine online adverts feature a house with a toilet in the utility cupboard and pictures with family pets and even residents in the frame.
Andy Donaldson, from Aberdeen, stumbled across the awful pictures while looking for a new flat in London in 2013 and decided to set up a hilarious blog to show friends his discoveries.
Highlight your home’s strengths, downplay its weaknesses and appeal to the greatest possible pool of prospective buyers with these home-staging tips.
via | HGTV.
CHICAGO (MarketWatch)—Good pictures are crucial in marketing a home for sale. Just ask Clarissa and Mark Padilla, who were able to get a contract on their Sherman Oaks, Calif., condo unit in less than two weeks—and at a price they wanted.
Clarissa Padilla attributes the quick sale to the professional photography that marketed the home and was able to lure about 20 to 25 people to an open house the first weekend.