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How to Make Your Yard Photo Ready

When it comes to placing your home on the market, there are a few things that real estate agents will ask of you. How much you are looking to sell it for as well as pictures of various parts of your home. The most important of these will be your front yard. Often this picture will be the first thing that potential buyers will see and can determine if they should show interest or simply move onto the next home. The following list entails a few tips on making sure that your yard is photo-ready.

Make It Green

Nothing says healthy than a bright green lawn. Therefore, it is especially important to take your yard photo when it's at its most beautiful. For many around the country, this would mean taking it during the spring. If time is a factor, then consider adding artificial grass to your yard in order to make it really pop out. It is recommended that you consult with your real estate agent before implementing this as some buyers would prefer real grass.

Remove the Useless

Have you ever heard the phrase, "Less is more"? This is essentially what you need to think about when getting your yard photo-ready. Often home buyers believe that adding extravagant water fountains, floral lighting, and everything in between that it will help make the yard stand out. The fact is that people want to see a blank canvas where they can envision their own ideas. Therefore, it is always best to keep a minimalist design when prepping your yard. And of course, get rid of all weeds — no one likes weeds. For best results, remove them early when they are small before they become a huge problem.

Remove Tree Stumps

One of the most obvious things to remove from a yard is tree stumps. These eyesores can really bring down the aesthetics of a perfectly groomed yard. Not only do they look bad, but they can potentially ruin your yard in the long run. It’s a good idea to hire a professional team to come to remove any tree stumps safely. This will not only make sure that you don’t hurt yourself but also that you don’t damage your yard.

Getting your yard photo-ready shouldn't be a difficult obstacle, especially when you have other issues to deal with during the home-selling process. Therefore, it is highly recommended that homeowners adhere to the list above to avoid making common mistakes. Remember, keep it clean and simple to make the sale.

To increase your chances even more of selling your property, book a real estate photography session with us!

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