The listing photos of your home can make or break your sale!

Legally, I can’t copy and paste samples of the thousands of poor quality listing photos that I see every single day on the MLS. Bad listing photos are one of my pet peeves and I always wonder if the seller has ever seen what their home looks like online.

So this is for you, Sellers of Chandler, Sun Lakes and the surrounding East Valley!Ā  Please, ask any agent you are interviewing to show you samples of his/her listings. How do they look to you? Is the photography clear and well lit? Or do their listing photos look like the inside of the bat cave after you’ve just had your pupils dilated?

When I see some of the listing photos out there I wonder if these sellers would allow Uncle Bubba to take their wedding photos with his circa 1980 Polaroid? “Same difference”, as my dad would have said.

Listing photos should be screaming “I’m gorgeous and exactly what you’re looking for so TAKE ACTION and buy me!”

Remember that more and more buyers are starting their search online and if your home looks like the troll under the bridge, chances are the only action a potential buyer will take is clicking the “next” button.

So, while I can’t post examples of bad photos that other agents have taken…I can post the photos I’ve taken of my listings and the neighborhoods they’re located in. Tooting my own horn? Perhaps…but maybe if I toot my horn loud enough sellers will hear and be a little more picky about the way one of their largest investments looks online.

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About Amy Jones Group

Amy Jones is the owner of Amy Jones Group Keller Williams Integrity First. The Amy Jones group has been recognized as the #1 Real Estate Team in Chandler by the Phoenix Business Journal and voted Best of Our Valley for 4 years.

The Amy Jones Group specializes in real estate in Chandler, Sun Lakes, Gilbert, Mesa, Tempe, Ahwatukee, and Phoenix.