Utah Real Estate Photographer Offers Simple Pricing Structure for Real Estate Marketing Needs

Real estate photography can be leveraged on Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+, and other social media platforms throughout the real estate agent's career.
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PROVO, Utah - March 14, 2018 - PRLog -- When I first started in real estate photography, I noticed that photographers' prices varied wildly and so did the content of what you got. It's no wonder that most real estate agents either take the photo themselves or hire a close friend or relative to take photos of their listing. The truth of  reality is that you're actually doing a disservice when you look at paying for real estate photos as something you can cut corners in. Real estate photos should be something you look forward to getting because it means more content that you can leverage to market yourself as a realtor or broker for your business.

Aerial photography is another tool that's starting to break through real estate marketing content and can definitely set you apart from the rest of the crowd. The FAA has been coming after agents whose aerial photos were done by unlicensed pilots. The fines issued to aerial photos, when done illegally, can be astronomical. If you're considering getting aerial photos done of your listings, you will need to vet out the photographers and make sure that they are licensed drone pilots in order to provide you with legal content that you can use.

When looking for prices of real estate agents, the normal amount of photos is generally 15-25 photos per listing. At best, this could be HDR (high dynamic range) photography which will make your images look not only professional, but clean and commercial grade. These photos will most likely be all that you'll get if you can find a photographer that can get the photos to you in a timely manner.

If you're needing aerials—because let's admit, aerials do get unique perspective of the property—that will be an additional cost almost always. So this "affordable" price estimate that you agreed with the photographer now just increased with what most would call a "hidden fee" or "added expense". So let's continue on this path of "added expense" and think of what else will set you apart from other listing agents—you guessed it, a listing video.

Listing videos, depending on how they're done, is nothing more than a slideshow of images appearing on the screen with an overly-used piece of music that sounds too "stocky" or something that now one would want to listen to if they didn't have to. So not only are you paying extra for the video, it's not a very high quality video. It's considered as a piece of content you wanted so you can have a "video" in your marketing arsenal. Well, there are photographers out there that are trying to expand their skillsets to set them apart from the traditional real estate photographer.

Let's take my services for example—I don't limit the number of photos you can have nor do I limit the number of aerials you can have. All photos will be HDR quality and delivered with 24-48 hours. Alongside of that, you'll get a slideshow video showcasing your listing. I know, I know—I said that those videos are lame and are really not worth it...if you get them from someone who doesn't know what they're doing. With the videos I offer in the package, it's purposeful, it's entertaining, and most of all, it's something that the sellers will be proud of. I used custom slideshow designs that not only show the property, but shows the selling details of the property and branded with your photo, logo, email, phone number, website, and social media address. The visuals are good and all, but the music that I'll be adding with your video is something that's unique, licensed, and royalty-free. People will watch the video over and over again because the music, the visuals, and emotion of the listing will peak their interest.

Not only that, but I'm more than willing to take whatever angle, whatever objects, scenes, staging you need so you have content you can share on social media. This content can have quotes, promotional text, company updates, whatever you want on them so you can continue to use them beyond the listing. The goal here is to help you build and add to your marketing efforts through my efforts of taking real estate photography for your listing.

When it comes down to it, Utah real estate agents and brokers need someone they can trust and that knows what they're doing. They need someone who isn't going to charge them an arm an a leg for the content they need. The price I offer is just one simple price by the size of the home. If the home is way too large where the price is out of hand, I'm more than willing to accommodate those needs to ensure you have the marketing content you need that will last throughout your entire career. To find out more, check out http://www.benaccinelli.com/utah-real-estate-photographer

Ben Accinelli
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