Increase the changes of selling your home

There is more than one way to sell your home

 Selling your home can be a complicated process. You can go through a website or an online estate agent, or alternatively you can sell directly to the buyer. Either approach can cost you a lot of time, money, and effort.

Whatever you decide, there are ways of selling property more quickly, and for a higher price.

Here are our top three ways that are affordable and practical:

  1. Home Automation or Domotics (Smart Home)

All you need to do is to conduct a digital audit on your house.

It doesn’t have to cost the earth – if you have an iPhone or an Android device, it could be connected to an app or an off-the-shelf home automation system.

You will need to decide what stays and what goes in order to work out the cost of products that control lighting, climate, entertainment systems, and appliances.

As the smart home has matured, prices have dropped, and there are much cheaper alternatives for many types of products.

We worked out that £1000 or less would get you a lot of tech, and help your home stand out.

  1. 360° Video Tours

Homebuyers love 360-degree video tours because they feel like they are actually inside the property.

Viewers experience both the sights and sounds of a space in an expansive format that is purposely produced for fast streaming and easy viewing. Buyers can see your property on their phone, or even better, on a Google Cardboard VR Headset!

High quality content like virtual reality tours empowers consumers by giving them more information about a home without the use of an agent.

  1. Drone photography

Drone photography is stunning and, believe it or not, affordable and practical. With aerial photography you can instantly demonstrate the location and where the home sits on the property.

Aerial photography and videos can sell a home that on-the-ground pictures can’t.

Allow us to help you showcase your property from previously unobtainable angles, and provide high-quality aerial footage that shows off your property’s best features.

We offer a range of high-impact aerial imaging solutions for construction, surveying, tourism, agriculture, and real estate sectors across the UK, providing cost effective captures from attention grabbing angles to greatly increase the saleability of your listing, and boost the exposure of your asset.

Using technology to tell the story of your home and really communicate the key points is vital to selling your property well.

For more information on these services please contact me.



Day in the life

Huntress (Job in London City)

  1. Plan the journey, underground/Tram
  2. Take equipment across, one day prior to the job
  3. Arrive 12 midday set up studio lighting & background.
  4. 1pm start being to take headshots of the staff
  5. Take some pictures of the video crew filming.
  6. Video crew takes pictures of me doing the shoot.
  7. Take the final headshots.
  8. It’s a wrap.
  9. Journey home in the rush hour with all the Equipment
  10. Begin to look through all 200 images
  11. Edit and crop images
  12. Send images to the client,
  13. Send client invoice

Croydon partnership & Westfield & Hammerson.

On Saturday, 2nd September we visited Croydon to shoot some buildings

  1. 8.00am I packed up all my kit into my rucksack & proceeded to walk to the tram station.
  2. 8.30am I got off the tram at the reeves corner as there was two buildings there I needed to shoot.
  3. 9am after shooting these I walked up George St into town. I had a list of 30 buildings to shoot and proceeded to go around the route prior to the shoot I had already walked around the route which took 1h 30 mins as I was going round I was finding that it was taking much longer to shoot than anticipated this was due to walking around each building trying to get the best shots at various angles.
  4. 1pm stopped for lunch
  5. 1.30 restarted shooting and continued until 5pm at which time I covered around 23 sites after a full day of shooting and carrying 7 kilos of equipment on my back you can imagine I was feeling very cream crackered, but unfortunately I was not finished and had to go back on the Sunday morning to complete 7 more sites.
  6. Sunday 3rd September
  7. 9am got into Croydon and the weather was not looking as nice as Saturday, but had to just get on and get it finished. When I arrived home, I downloaded the 1100 images in preparation to start the editing process on Monday which took around 5 hours to complete with viewing the images I was pleased with the results and even happier when my client passed a commented on how good the images are and how they loved my work!