Wall of shame – Just a little bit odd…

Every now and again we come across little treasures of delight amongst property photos, and several that are just a little bit odd. Enjoy this weeks picks…

Ensuite cat litter?

Looks like the handwashing facilities in a MacDonalds’ toilets!

Has anyone seen my princess? Oh, there she is…

Hmm… needs an #APDO visit I think!

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Bachelor pad a no-go; females are hunting too

So what do women want? It’s a question Mel Gibson attempted to answer back in the day in his 2000 hit, as he inadvertently delved into the female psyche. Whilst sadly he didn’t manage to cover female property desires, we can tell you that women want plenty. The whole [...] Continue Reading…

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Wall of shame – Weird angles!

Every now and again we stumble upon some property photographs that are just a little weirdly angled, or are just plain weird. Check out this weeks top spots, which we guarantee you’ll love…

Either this photographer was very very tall or else they were standing on a chair… either way, [...] Continue Reading…

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Be a little different – Guerrilla Marketing Tips to sell your home!

Have you heard of guerrilla marketing? The term was coined and defined by Jay Conrad Levinson in his book Guerrilla Marketing and was invented as an unconventional system of promoting something, that relies on time, energy and imagination rather than a big marketing budget. Typically, guerrilla marketing campaigns are unexpected and unconventional, and consumers are [...] Continue Reading…

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Wall of Shame – Terrible bathroom shots!

Everyone loves a clean and sparkling bathroom. On a property advert, a clean and well maintained bathroom suggests the home is well loved. It is a shame that some of these photographs don’t show these bathrooms in their full potential!

A tad over-exposed, me thinks.

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Dropping your asking price isn’t the answer!

If your home has been sat on the market for longer than you even want to admit to yourself, you may be considering ringing up your gracious agent, and telling them to drop a few numbers from the big one. They may even be encouraging you to do it, [...] Continue Reading…

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Wall of Shame – Seasonal errors!

When it comes to property photography, it is a big no no to show any signs of the season. As an example, if your property ad shows your garden in the depths of the winter snow, update immediately. No one is going to think spring when it’s still winter online. We’ve [...] Continue Reading…

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Is your marketing strategy working?

This month we’re focusing around reviewing where you home is at in the selling process. How is your marketing looking? In the sellers’ market, fantastic marketing can mean the difference between sold or sitting on the market one year later. If the marketing on your home is looking less [...] Continue Reading…

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Are you social media savvy? Use it to sell your home!

This month we’re talking about reviewing and refreshing where your property is at in the selling process. If it’s been on the market longer than it should have been, it is a great time of year to decide what your next stage is!

Today we’re revisiting the topic of social [...] Continue Reading…

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Wall of shame – Spot the dog!

Sometimes you have to hunt a bit, others are a bit more obvious. But do pets belong in property marketing photographs? I’ll let you decide! Here are some of our top picks from this week! Spot the dog…or cat…

Looking too comfy to move! Great kitchen.

Definitely asleep, and with no [...] Continue Reading…

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