My Property Photography service is the ideal way to increase interest in your property whether For Sale or Holiday Rental.
Beautiful images of your property that will leap out from the crowd.
As one customer put it; “… It just works”
Another customer reported 3x more bookings in 2011 than 2010.
Think about it – for less than the price of just one more booking you could double the number of enquiries
“Kiff was professional throughout, from initial contact through to delivery of the final photos. He was punctual, easy to deal with and courteous throughout. Most importantly though, he does know how to take good photos! He is happy to take onboard his clients’ requests but often comes up with great ideas of his own which lead to those elusive winning “lifestyle” shots which are just so difficult to produce without knowledge and experience.
I would not hesitate to recommend Kiff to anyone who requires quality photography for their property
The Photo session will take between 2 and 4 hours depending on the size of your property
You don’t need to be present. I can collect a key or meet a caretaker
The property needs to be neat and tidy as if it were ready to receive visitors. The Pool must be clean
You will receive a checklist, “Preparing your Holiday Home for Photographing”, when you make your booking
After the shoot;
I will upload a gallery of sample photos to a private area on my website within 7-10 days
You may then select the photos you wish to use
Prices vary depending on the size of your property and the package that you select.
Prices start at €275
**NEW – Property Video, a 2 minute video of your property, ideal for Youtube and your website.
**SPECIAL OFFER – Any bookings made before the end of May 2013, get a video session half price
See my Price list for more details
Here is a selection of my work … Please ask if you cannot find what you are looking for
According to research in the USA by Redfin, Professional Property Photography can give you -
Original Article by Redfin - A Picture is worth a $1000, true or false
In New Zealand, research by Nielsen has shown that