Real Estate Photography

Catch your best potential customers with professional photographs!

How did Airbnb transform itself from a failing startup to a billion dollar company? When viewing online home listings, where do potential home buyers spend 60% of their time?

Real Estate Photography by Gabriel Rodes

The answer is professional photography.

There’s a fundamental shift happening in the real estate industry and professional photos are playing a key part in the success of many businesses.

Daytime Portfolio Package

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An economical real estate photography package that gives you stunning daytime photos of your project that you can use for web, print and social media. Each photo is carefully honed in Photoshop and color corrected for accurate representation.

(Up to 10 Photos) $100
Ideal for Studios
M (Up to 20 Photos) $175
Ideal for Small Villas & Houses
(Up to 40 Photos) $350
Ideal for Big Properties

 

Twilight Portfolio Package

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An economical package that gives you stunning night time photos of your project that you can use for web, print and social media.  Each photo is carefully honed in Photoshop and color corrected for accurate representation.

(Up to 10 Photos) $150
Ideal for Studios
M (Up to 20 Photos) $225
Ideal for Small Villas & Houses
(Up to 40 Photos) $400
Ideal for Big Properties

Payments

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Cash Only. 50% of the total amount must be paid to schedule your photo shoot. The remaining 50% must be paid before delivering the final photographs. No extra fees for Sosua based Properties.

Out of Town fees!
Cabarete: $35
Puerto Plata: $50
Santiago: $100

20 Seconds for Love at First Sight

Remember, First impressions seem to matter most when it comes to dating, job interviews… and real-estate listings.

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Attention desperate home sellers

Don’t want to lower the price on your house? Consider better photos. Real-estate listings that use photographs taken by the higher-end SLR cameras favored by photographers and photography enthusiasts, tend to do better than those that use photos from cheaper point-and-shoot cameras, according to a new analysis done by Redfin Corp., a Seattle-based brokerage.

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Not surprisingly, listings with better photos command higher asking prices: If you believe your home is worth the investment of good photography, you’ll probably ask more money for it. The surprising part is that the tactic works. At the closing table, listings with nicer photos gain anywhere between $934 and $116,076–as measured by the difference between asking and final price–over listings using photos from point-and-click cameras.