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Tips and tricks for taking enticing photos that capture tenants’ attention

Taking attractive and stylish photos is a decisive factor when it comes to finding interested tenants for your home. With the right technology, you can create images that really make your property stand out and grab the attention of potential tenants. Here are our top tips for improving your housing photography:


1. Good lighting
Good lighting is the key to creating attractive images. Open blinds and curtains to let in natural light and use the lighting in your home to create an inviting atmosphere.

2. Highlight the best parts of your home
Focus on highlighting the home’s unique and best features. It can be anything from beautiful architectural details to modern amenities and spacious layouts. Perhaps you have a fireplace or a cozy corner that makes your home unique.

3. Use different angles to show the whole room
Make sure to take photos of the home’s rooms from several angles so that you get a good picture of what the entire space looks like. Using wide-angle lenses can help show entire rooms and give a better idea of the size and layout of the space. However, make sure to avoid distortion and keep the perspective realistic.

4. Clean and tidy
Before taking pictures, make sure the home is clean and tidy. Remove any clutter or personal items to create a more neutral and inviting environment. This is guaranteed to give a better impression to potential tenants!

5. Video
In order to really give an overall experience of your home, we recommend filming. Show how the accommodation is planned and how all the rooms are connected. This provides the ultimate overall picture of the home for housing seekers.


By using these tips and tricks, you can create enticing visuals that really make your home stand out and attract potential tenants. Investing a little extra time and thought in photography can make a big difference in marketing your home and maximizing your rental potential.