We’ve already covered the basics of how to take great real estate pictures on your own. But what’s the next step after you take a great picture? Well, there’s a little program which I’m sure you’ve heard of called Photoshop. It can be an incredibly useful tool. There’s also a very similar alternative called Pixelmator Pro that can be more budget-friendly. While programs like Photoshop and Pixelmator Pro can’t transform a terrible photo into a great one, they can significantly improve your photos. If you’re a DIY real estate photographer, knowing how to properly utilize photo editing software will add another weapon in your arsenal of skills.
The team here at Cloud Agent Suite consistently has one goal: help real estate agents look awesome so they can do more business. But beyond just creating awesome tools for real estate agents, we know we can still do more.
When you mention the term “live streaming”, most people are familiar with the concept: someone turns on a camera and broadcasts a live video out into the world.
As a real estate agent, there is a ton of opportunity for you in live streaming. It’s a great way to get your name out there and grow your business because it’s all about connecting with people. Because it’s live, audiences get to see the real you and in the business of real estate, personality is everything.
Every product in the Cloud Agent Suite was created with one goal in mind – to make better tools for real estate agents than their MLS system provided. We first set out to give agents an easy way to create better reports with Cloud CMA, then faster listing alerts with Cloud Streams, better search with Cloud MLX, and finally the ability to generate your own leads with Cloud Attract.
Real estate videography has seen a surge in popularity in recent years, and for good reason; real estate listings with video receive 403% more inquiries than those which do not. So naturally, when there is a demand, people will rise to fill it. Which means there’s a plethora of real estate videographers offering their services to the industry. So if you’re considering hiring a videographer, how do you know which one to hire? There are many things to consider: pricing, reliability, quality of work, etc.
Here are 3 things to look for when hiring a real estate videographer: