Can your photos sell a property?

We certainly hope so! The primary goal for using professional property photos is to help increase enquiries and requests for viewings, they are after all the first impression a buyer will have. More viewings therefore can only increase the likelihood that a property will sell.

How long does it take to photograph a property?

As a guide a 3 bedroom property can take up to 1 hour to photograph. If a property has been cleaned and well staged prior to being photographed then less time will be required at the property.

We’re an estate agent, can you photograph all of our properties?

Of course we can. If you are a local estate agent then we would be delighted to take on your full portfolio. You will benefit from our lowest rate, tailored specifically for bulk property photography requests. Simply Get in touch to arrange a chat and to discuss your specific requirements.

Do you offer EPC’s and floor plans?

Yes we do. Our photographers are also trained to measure properties and supply floor plans to the standard of the Quidos Q-Mark Code of Measuring Practice. We also use local energy assessors for domestic EPC’s and we can provide a discounted rate when both of these services are booked together.

Which areas of the UK do you cover?

We can photograph properties almost anywhere you need us to which we would tailor a specific package for, however we work predominately across Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Luton, Northamptonshire and London.

I’m a home owner, how do I get my estate agent to use your service?

If you are currently in the process of selling and not happy with the photos being used to market your property, then simply instruct your agent to contact us and we’ll liaise with them directly on a suitable solution.

As a home owner, should my estate agent pay for the photos or should I?

It’s entirely between you and your agent. If you invest in our service before you instruct an estate agent, then you will already have taken care of an important aspect of the marketing process. You could therefore use this as a means to negotiate a better rate with an agent.