For the best photographic results and the biggest impact; to attract a wider pool of potential buyers; and to keep the cost of our service to its lowest, homes must be photo ready (cleaned, decluttered, depersonalized, and prepped) prior to our arrival, specifically and most importantly the spaces that will be photographed. It's a fact that your first showing with prospective home buyers occurs online, and if the photographs portray a cluttered home, you'll lose these buyers before they even physically stepped foot inside your home. In addition to ensuring a clean and decluttered home prior to our arrival, ensure that kitchen counters and appliances are clean and free of clutter; kitchen trash cans and outdoor garbage containers are stored away; floors are swept and carpets are vacuumed; all beds are made; all clothing, towels, and linens are picked up from bedroom and bathroom floors; bathrooms are clean and toilet seats are down; all lights are turned on and all blown out light bulbs are replaced; and lastly, proper arrangements have been made for pets prior to our arrival so they don't disrupt the integrity and quality of the photo shoot. It's best to de-pet your home prior to our arrival by putting away pet toys and pet bowls. To keep the cost of our service to its lowest, we DO NOT move furniture or props in and out of scenes. It is the responsibility of the seller (REALTOR® and / or homeowner) to have the spaces staged for the photo shoot prior to our arrival.