Luke is the Head of Marketing for Innago, a free property management software company dedicated to helping landlords save time and money.
Everyone knows that once you flip your property, you have to sell it. However, when learning how to flip and sell real estate, it may be difficult to figure out the best way to attract quality buyers who are interested in acquiring your flip.
Here are some tips to get you started on marketing your flipped rental property.
Use Quality Photography And Staging
When it comes to marketing your flipped rental property, pictures and videos can create more of an impact on prospective buyers than descriptions alone. Capturing great images can be done on your own, but keep in mind that professional images are always better than images that look rushed or blurry. Investing in a photographer who is an expert with real estate work is a worthy use of your money.
Keep in mind that you’ll also have to stage your property to help potential buyers picture themselves in the space. Staging is essential when selling any property, not just flips. Quality staging can give the property personality and warmth. Here are some additional tips to keep in mind when preparing your property for the market:
1. Build Emotion
The main goal of photographing and staging your flipped property is to build emotion in your potential buyers. If your space is appealing and eye-catching, it’s easier for people to see themselves and their families in the property.
2. Emphasize The Best Features
Build on your flip’s strengths by manipulating lighting and angles. A professional photographer can help you complete this task and capture the most appealing features of the property. If your space boasts high ceilings, new or restored hardwood