One way to increase your property rental sales is to get professionally taken photographs, as your images will stand out from the rest of the other properties.
There is an increasing amount of properties on the internet to rent, and we have been getting more and more calls to photograph some of these. Funnily enough, it’s quite specialised. In the last number of years as an interior photography team, we have published on average 53 -60 house features with about 10-14 covers a year from those features in papers and magazines.
For a small investment, you will increase your booking sales with our photography. Philip has 26 years of professional photography experience and will help and guide you through any concerns you might have with renting or selling your property.
Here are some images with feedback from the owners of the rental properties:
“We own a number of holiday cottages and decided to get some professional photos taken. Philip was recommended to us through a friend who is an interior designer and regularly works with him.
We could not be happier with the results. Philip was efficient and professional. With amazing skills and clever use of lighting he transformed the cottages and boosted their appeal dramatically. As a result, our cottages were featured in many publications including The Irish Times and the front page Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living We highly recommend Philip for all your photography needs.”
Thomas and Rita Murphy
Before and after.
“The pictures went up on the relocation site and the apartment has gone already !”
LizSent from my iPhone
The results from our shoot with Philip are stunning. He worked in an extremely professional but relaxed manner and brought a contemporary photography approach to our project. He took many shots from dawn to dusk and was generous with his time. He is a very talented photographer and I would highly recommend his services.
Aisling O’Callaghan, Longueville House
Join the rest of our clients who are using our photography to increase there rental income.
Comments or questions are welcome.