Don't just show your homes... show them off!
If you want to impress your best buyers and potential vendors, then making your photos better will create a great first impression of your homes and will get you noticed too
(Volume Discounts – First Five FREE)
Make grey skies blue, correct leaning walls, lighten your dark pictures, adjust ‘Tango’d’ interiors, and reduce heavy shadows.
Send 4 in a month and pay just £2.65 each - the more you send the less you pay
(see pricing and discounting information below).
Target 5 working-hour turnaround.
Need it fast? Jump the queue for another 60p.
Delete Cars, skips, builders’ toilets, garden trampolines, other agents’ boards, bins, etc. Turn on lights, light fires, add pictures to TVs’, clear kitchen worktops, clear rooms, change wall colours, obscure family photos or replace them with generic images etc.
Target 8 working-hours turnaround.
From £3. Ask for an estimate.
Major Digital Surgery
If you want your potential buyers to be able to visualise how an old property might look after it's been painted a different colour, or perhaps you have plans showing how it might look when it's been extended, then maybe this service will help. Take a look at the examples below and on the third banner slide above.
Target 48 hours turnaround
Ask for an estimate.
Pricing/Volume Discounting - How it Works
The more Facelifts you send each month, the less you'll pay for each
If your photos aren't not top-notch, chances are your homes won’t stand out in the beauty parade that we know of as the portals, or in your other advertising. Bad photos will also dilute your brand. But, if you don't have the time to properly optimise your photos yourself (who does?), then Doctor Photo is here to help.
The great news is that the more Facelifts you send each month, the less you'll pay for each. And, if you work with other offices, then The Doctor can add all your Facelifts together and the discount will apply to that total.
See below, "All about Pricing and Volume Discounts" for how it works.
See “The Doctor” in Action
The BBC Meets Doctor Photo
I’m John Durrant, “The Doctor”, I was an award-winning estate agent and in 2005 I sold my partnership after 37 years in the industry so that I could pursue my passion for property marketing. I love property and I know your industry backwards – in fact I know it so well that I was asked to write the 12,000-word Guidance for Property Photographers for the RICS. I’ve also appeared on the BBC and been featured in the Sunday Telegraph, and regularly speak at estate agency events around the UK.
Nobody knows better than me how important it is for you to get your homes NOTICED for the right reasons. You can’t negotiate with a potential buyer who hasn’t even seen the property that might be right for them.
Sam Biles - Creasey Biles and King, Isle of White
The ability to add a blue sky or to remove another agent's board or an unsightly car from a driveway is invaluable and actually massively cost effective when you factor in time and petrol for re-takes.
We have been using Doctor Photo since the start of this year and have seen a noticeable increase in the quality of our photos which has had the knock on effect on making our window display, website, details & newspaper adverts more visually stunning, thus greatly increasing public awareness of us as property marketeers.
Thank-you for all your hard work so far."
Brett Chinery - Howard Cundey, Bletchingley
Steve English, Colchester
I thoroughly enjoyed yesterday. It was a great environment and you created a really relaxed atmosphere. The biscuits were the icing on the cake!
Its clear that you have a huge depth of knowledge in both estate agency and photography. I was listening intently with a school boy excitement, wanting to get out in the field to fine hone the techniques!
I believe that your training will have a profound effect on the way we approach our presentation and I thank you for that.
I will get the accounts set up for Doctor Photo very soon.
In the meantime I wonder if you could help – I appear to have either left my notes at your house or mislaid them. On it I wrote the name of the software download that merged the three images – could you please remind we what it was called.
Rob Allen, Allen Heritage - Beckenham