Selling commercial property is often a challenge, but in this period of financial uncertainty (did someone mention Brexit?) it’s even harder for property owners to attract potential renters/buyers.
Walking down any high street, there are numerous empty units available for lease or sale. It’s the same in industrial parks and office blocks up and down the country, and property owners are losing out because of it.
Admittedly, it is a bit more of a challenge for Estate Agents and Commercial Property Sales Specialists to make a large, empty warehouse look as appealing as a Grade 2 listed family home with beautiful gardens, but it isn’t an impossible task. An experienced photographer with lots of experience photographing commercial properties will have a good understanding of the kind of lighting, angles and even ‘staging’ that will make a commercial property look its very best for the camera (and have all of the equipment needed to make a property look great), and these top quality images, in conjunction with a clear property description, appropriate price tag and helpful sales staff really can help to increase the likelihood of your property selling.
So if you’re selling a commercial property, make sure that you capture its functionality and charm with the help of a professional commercial property photographer. There’s no excuse for dark, uninspiring real estate photography and in today’s market, that really could be the difference between generating interest in your property and a long-lasting tumbleweed moment…
If you’d like more information or would like to chat about your requirements, please contact us via email: Jonathan@piersphoto.com or telephone: 07787 505786. You can also take a look at our Real Estate Photography dedicated page and Gallery.