The property was quite possibly the highest specification two bedroom house in Pittville. Located in a peaceful mews location, showing it off to best advantage was always going to be a challenge. Maybe that’s why the previous agent’s photography didn’t.
When we were instructed we took a different approach.
As well as investing in a premium online listing and complementing the exterior shot with two impressive interiors, we went further. After a bit of thought, and making use of the surrounding structures, we got up high and took a headline picture that, as you can see properly demonstrates the property’s stunning contemporary design.
It was just another example of how our high standard of personalised service is reflected in marketing photography that captures your property’s unique character. There’s no better way to sell or let property than with expert photos that enhance its most desirable assets.
When combined with our carefully crafted property description, a great photograph shows your property in its best light. That’s why we only use experienced, skilled photographers with strong portfolios of property letting and selling work.
Experience shows that this approach guarantees early interest and a rush for viewings as soon as your property is marketed.
Let’s highlight your property’s best side and excite prospective buyers or tenants.
After making that crucial first impression with one of our inspiring property photos, we maintain potential buyers’ interest with a professional and engaging write-up. You can rely on our team’s property writing talents to do this for you with fantastic results. Read on to see an example of how our descriptions inspire prospective buyers.
When marketing your property we aim to exceed your expectations. We sell and let fast and efficiently by listening carefully and really understanding your thoughts, needs and requirements. Only then do we craft ad copy that brings your property to life on the page and makes viewing impossible to resist.
‘If you are looking for rural country living, then look no further than this detached property, believed to date back to 1693. The barn used to be one of three buildings that served the local farm and was later converted into a residential property. Having been updated throughout by the current owner, this property is certainly one where you can literally unlock the door and unpack. Ideal as a peaceful home or rural escape, the accommodation in brief comprises.’
In comparison, a previous agent wrote just 27 words saying how pleased they were to offer a ‘greatly improved “turn key” two-bedroom detached cottage’, then referred to ‘spacious accommodation with rolling countryside views situated on a quiet country lane.’
Which would you want for your property?