Take Pictures of Your Home Year Round

Dated: November 13 2018

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At the very least you should be taking photos of your home right now when flowers are blooming and everything looks lush and green. We only get this great sunny weather for 4-5 months of the year. The rest is rain and bare trees.

Taking photos now can help show how lovely your landscaping even though you might be selling in the dead of winter.

If you have wonderful trees that turn several colors during fall, take pictures of that. If you decorate your home for the holidays and it shines brighter than Rudolph’s nose, that would be nice for prospective buyers.

Help the buyers see what could be with their new home so they can fall even more in love with it.

Want more helpful hints on selling your home? Call Jaimy at 503-502-3330

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Jaimy Beltran

Meet Team Beltran’s Fearless Leaders Jaimy, along with his wife Sherine, owns and manages Beltran Properties at eXp Realty. The Beltrans have been successfully selling real estate in the Portland a....

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