Yes, they do for lower-end Charlottesville homes, condos, and townhomes. Also when a home is vacant and has no furniture.
Yes, they do and local Charlottesville realtors usually are the ones who pay you. IWhen a Charlottesville realtor works for a large brokerage, the brokerage might hire a photographer to do all the photography for the realtors working for them.
Yes, it is if you are listing a Charlottesville luxury home with fabulous interior decorations, or a Charlottesville farm where a drone would make your images stand out and sell your property.
The average USA salary for a real estate photographer is $43,000 a year. It ALL depends on where you are shooting. If you were in Southhampton, LI, you could gross over $200,000 a year easily. However, here in Charlottesville, you’ll be lucky to make $50,000. It’s all about who you know. Get in with the most successful Charlottesville realtors and they’ll use you all the time.
Yes, since the pictures are the property of CAAR MLS and as long as you are an active, Charlottesville realtor in good standing then go ahead.
As a Charlotteville realtor since 2003, I offer free real estate photography assistance to every one of my customers. I don’t take pictures myself. I hire my wife, who was a professional New York photographer many moons ago. She’s not only a photographer but an interior decorator so we will produce some very fancy photographs of your home.
You may as long as you are a member of CAAR MLS.
We use a wide-angle lens to capture a larger field of vision than the human eye can see which will then make your rooms look far larger. It’s a trick but it works well.
Yes, indeed. We can make a tired, brown lawn look youthful and green with a click of our mouse. Stained walls or cracked sheet rock can be easily removed with Photoshop. It gets buyers looking at your Charlottesville home.