In today’s market, with the massive amounts of images that are now at our finger tips, real-estate professionals have mere seconds to capture the attention of prospective buyers. So, from a Real Estate Agent’s perspective, exceptional photography is a paramount need. Good is no longer good enough. It needs to be OUTSTANDING.

If you’re in the Luxury Real Estate market, it’s critical that you promote your listings with eye-catching, jaw-dropping imagery. Images that feature a property in its best light, both literally and figuratively, will attract not only interested buyers but, more importantly, your next client listing.

Premium-quality real estate photography reflects your personal attention to detail and your own penchant for excellence every bit as much as it promotes your current listings. With great photography, you’ll not only be fielding calls about listings that might otherwise be overlooked, you’ll be demonstrating the professional level of dedication and commitment that you bring to every client you serve.

Call Houston Brown Photography to book an appointment for your Dallas Luxury Real Estate listing.

We think you are a great photographer & are very thankful for the time you take in each house to make it look so great. I know there are other cheaper and faster options, but we are happy to pay you for your work because it stands out among the rest!
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Briggs Freeman Southeby's International

Dallas Luxury Real Estate Professional Photography

According to a Redfin study, homes that are professionally photographed sell for at least $934 and as much as $18,819 more than homes photographed by an amateur. The study also shows that homes photographed by a professional garner 61 percent more online views.

The key to getting these results is in creating inspiration, according to real estate photographer Jay Groccia. Effective marketing photos are inspirational. If homebuyers perusing the Internet get inspired by a photo, “they’ll click through to the agent’s website. If they don’t, they click “back” to view the next result in the search list,” Groccia explains.

“That was it – right there – that was your opportunity to grab that buyer’s attention, and if they clicked back, you’ve lost them forever,” he cautions.Jay Groccia