Every week we’ll be featuring the good, the bad, and the ugly of real estate photography. Our ‘Wall of Shame’ features the bad (…and oh yes, the very ugly…) photos that some agents are using for their listings. On the opposite end of the spectrum, our ‘Wall of Fame’ features some of the most stunning photography agents are currently using to market their listings.
WALL OF SHAME
What's hiding behind that lamp and plant? Oh... it's a living room! This is a $365,500 listing in California
Wow...not sure what the thought was behind this picture (though I guess that's pretty common with our wall of shame posts :)). You're not seeing much of the outside (and from what you can see, it doesn't appear that there's much going on out there), and you're definitely not seeing any of the inside! This home lists for $349,000 in New Mexico.
Oh my... a crooked photo complete with a thumb in the upper left corner... probably not the best way to market this $999,000 Long Island listing!
We want to hear your thoughts! Tell us which of these (top, center, or bottom) you think is the worst and why!
WALL OF FAME
Beautiful photography really helps set this Georgia listing a part from the rest. Love that they captured the view of the trees in this lovely dining room. This home is listed for $279,000 by Roy Crook of Coldwell Banker Atlanta.
WOW! Talk about a stunning view! Showcasing the view in this way really makes an impact. This Florida home is listed for $675,000 by Judy Hansen of Coldwell Banker.
This gorgeous Chicago condo (which, like our other two Wall of Fame posts this week, is complete with amazing views) is listed for $1,895,000 by Jeff Lowe of Prudential Rubloff Properties.
Let us know what you think! Tell us which of these (top, center, or bottom) you think is the best and why!