Why Real Estate Photography is Important

We’ve all been there, browsing around on the internet looking at homes that are posted for sale online. It always seems like the pictures are just stunning, right? Nothing brings in potential buyers more than high-quality pictures that just make that home pop off the page. That’s what real estate photography can do, a total enhancement

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Leading Real Estate Photography Firms Form Association

Leading real estate photography companies have joined together to form the nation’s first trade group for real estate photographers. The Association of Real Estate Photographers (AREP) has applied for status as a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade association with the Internal Revenue Service and has begun to accept new association membership for real estate photographers, real estate

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HomeJab Announces Automated Post-Production System

HomeJab is an online service allowing realtors to obtain professional quality photos and videos of real estate, and it recently announced its HomeJab 2.0 release. The new release contains several major new features and its improvements are designed to accelerate the photo production service and facilitate the entire home-selling cycle for both clients and agents.

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When A Picture Is Worth 1000 Sales: Spotlight on Great Photographers

Realty Biz News is proud to profile a great Southern photographer and the art of capturing light, shadow, and people’s imaginations. Jay Thomas, an old friend of our editor, has graciously allowed us to present some of the world’s most communicative photos, some you have absolutely never seen.

Six Real Estate Photography Tips to Enhance your Listings

When it comes to selling homes, one of the biggest allies a realtor can have is high quality images in their listings. Nothing does more to put off prospective buyers than poorly-taken, unprofessional and sometimes even downright ugly photos of a home, and so with that in mind, here follows a few tips to help real estate professionals take better photos of their properties.

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