Monday, March 04, 2019 / by Connie Tracy
A picture is worth a thousand words... How many words is Drone photography and video worth? Both mediums offer creative ways to capture a property and the attention to home buyers!
Here are a few ways to use drone photography to sell a home:
1. Show off the details--
Sometimes it is impossible to show the homes best feature from the ground. If a home sits on the edge of a cliff or backs up to a wooded area or has a lot of acreage, challenges may occur trying to get the whole picture. A drone easily allows access to all of the homes outdoor features. Drones are not just used outside, but they can be taken inside for some cool shots of the interior. For example, use a drone to capture video of the home room-by-room! WOW!
2. Pay a whole lot less--
Drone photography makes bird's-eye views much more affordable. If you hire a certified, commercial drone pilot, your high-quality aerial footage will cost you about one-third of what you'd pay for helicopter phot ...
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 / by Keri McCombs
When you're selling your home on acreage, the water is THE most important aspect of your home. Water quality and quantity is not only important to a Buyer, but it's also important to the lender and the appraiser. So what are some things you should be cognizant of when prepping your home to sell?
What Does A Buyer Have The Right To Do?
Most importantly, a Buyer will want to confirm that the water is reliable, is free from contamination, and that the Buyer knows how to properly and adequately operate the system. After all, each well (and the water it draws) has its own unique quirks that you want to make sure is passed onto a future Buyer for your home. Prior to accepting an offer, you want to provide any information to a Buyer. For someone who's seriously interested in your home, they may ask you LOTS of questions about your water. Don't take it personally, just remember that a Buyer wants to protect their biggest financial investment.
Once you've ac ...