Follow These 2 Simple Virtual Tours and Virtual Home Staging Tips To Boost Your Listings
For real estate professionals who are facing time or money pressure, virtual staging delivers the convenience to have attractive photos for your listings without the struggle of physically staging a house. Here are the most important things you need to consider in doing Virtual Tours and Virtual Home Staging:
Choose the right virtual tour photo type
With the various types of virtual tours on the market, you should be able to find something that best suits your needs. Just remember that your goal when it comes to staging virtual tours is to give a prospective buyer a feel for the space of a particular property. You want to showcase its features and highlight its advantages without being too descriptive about it. This means that you need photos that are clear cut by using wide-angle shots instead of close up shots.
Your listing representative may have previously discussed cluttering your house, but this shifts even more seriously when it’s time to prepare your place camera-ready. Viewed through a live stream or video, everything might look a bit more untidy and a little less friendly.
The further you can decrease clutter and accentuate clean borders and tidy spaces, the better your house will exhibit. This is particularly relevant in the kitchen and bathrooms, where countertops must be as clean as possible. Utilize this chance to push away divisions and decorations throughout the house for a minimalist, smooth look on the screen.
Keep your virtual home staging photos consistent
One of the best things about virtual tours is being able to have a clear view of all areas of a house. This means that you can take photos in any order you want with your phone and still get the right angle. However, note that you need to keep it consistent and make sure all your photos are taken at the same height, angle, and distance. To ensure this consistency, use a tripod so that even if the camera moves from one shot to the next, everything is in place.
Just add basic components like couches, dining and bedroom furniture, and artwork. Some homeowners got overwhelmed by the unlimited designs they see. Virtual staging stylists have no limits because they’re operating with large digital archives of 3-D resources. Stay away from virtual staging that makes the house look worse, not better. You have to be cautious not to exaggerate furniture and decorations in staged pictures. When doing staging designs for little rooms, less is more.
The fewer pieces of furniture in your house, the larger and more open it will appear. To make the rooms feel spacious and atmospheric, it’s a great idea to get rid of anything that isn’t important.
Overall, have your staged photos as simple as possible to create inviting aura to your clients.