We are a comprehensive real estate marketing company run by a small group of dedicated professionals. Our owners are our photographers, as well as a few others who have joined our team along the way. We offer everything you need to market your property. See pricing and offerings below, and let us know if you have any questions! We can't wait to connect.
Whether you need all the bells and whistles, or just a quick floor plan or set of photos, we can help!
Get it all and save! Matterport hosting for 6 months
up to 2300 sq ft | $379
2301 - 3600 sq ft | $399
3601 - 5000 sq ft | $449
5000 - 7000 sq ft | $499
+Video Matterport Tour? / $79
See example here -
+4 Drone Photos? \ $55
+8 Drone Photos? \ $75
Matterport hosting for 6 months
*Matterport Tour Not Included
up to 2300 sq ft | $499
2301 - 3600 sq ft | $549
3601 - 5000 sq ft | $599
5000 - 7000 sq ft | $699
Get it all & wow the crowd!
up to 2300 sq ft | $719
2301 - 3600 sq ft | $829
3601 - 5000 sq ft | $879
5000 - 7000 sq ft | $1200
Matterport hosting for 6 months
Drone photography and videography. Pricing includes 20 acres. For larger parcels, we charge
Up to 20 Drone Photos, Professional Edited
Minimum of 3 Property Outlines
Additional Property Landmarks, as needed
Pricing includes up to 40 acres.
Additional acreage is $50 per 20 acres.
$369 | Property PREVIEW: Up to a minute and a half of videography. Great for parcels under 20 acres with few or no structures to showcase.
$549 | Property TOUR: three to four minutes of videography. Great for parcels over 20 acres with build sites, views, water features, or other highlights you'd like to showcase.
Does your vacant land have phenomenal sunrise or sunset views? Let us showcase them for you!
$229 | Photography Only (12 - 18 photos)
$449 | Photography and Videography
*pricing for a minute and a half video.
25 photos \ $179
35 photos \ $229
48 photos \ $269
Includes exterior and interior photography
$119 for the first 2600 sq. ft.,
$50 per additional 1,000 sq. ft.
0 - 1800 sq. ft. | $225
1800 - 3200 sq. ft. | $275
3200 - 4400 sq. ft. | $315
4400 - 5800 sq. ft. | $350
$75 per additional 1,000 sq. ft.
Show off your empty homes more effectively
$33 Per photo, the more photos you stage, the lower the price per photo will be!
Sunset Twilight Session (4 photos) | $325
Virtual Twilight Session (6 photos) | $125
Single Virtual Twilight | $30
5-7 photos to include neighborhood amenities, gates, and signs.
Don't need a video tour but want something more visual than just photos? This is a great addition!
Not only can we make your property look amazing, we can also make it sound amazing!! Real Estate remarks so you don't have to think so much.
Up to 30 seconds of video to showcase your property on social media
We proudly serve all of Western NC (& parts of TN and SC) - If the location is 2 hours from Asheville, we likely will cover it!
Buncombe No Fee
Madison, McDowell, Haywood | $25
Yancey, Mitchell, Avery | $35
Henderson | $40
Rutherford, Polk, Transylvania, Jackson | $45
Swain, Burke, Caldwell, Avery, Macon | $50
THE GOAL OF HIRING A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER IS NOT TO SELL THE HOME - IT'S TO SELL THE AGENT WHO IS SELLING THE HOME.
That might sound a little strange to you, but that concept is what underlies the need for real estate agents across Asheville to hire a professional photographer for every shoot, even if homes are selling ridiculously fast.
Here are three reasons why:
When we’re talking about an Asheville real estate agent’s brand we’re talking about the way they are perceived by their potential clients.
For example, when a potential client sees an agent’s marketing for a home in their street, what assumptions do they make about that agent? If all they have to go off is the marketing material for that listing then that marketing campaign has an important role to play. Using photos that look amateurish might not impact on the sale of a home in a hot market, but they certainly do impact on the assumptions that potential clients make about that agent.
Compare those assumptions with the agent that uses magazine-quality photography, and it’s not hard to see that a seller that’s looking for an agent to sell their home will choose the agent that made their listings look as amazing as possible given what they had to work with, not the agent that took their own photos.
Homes might be selling within days or even hours of hitting the market here in North Carolina, but that property market is going to change one day, or at least slow down. It might be a slow change or it could be a rapid grinding to a halt, but change is down the line and when that happens homes are going to take a lot longer to sell and listings will dry up.
Imagine that we have reached that day in the future where the number of new listings have slowed right down. Home sellers are being much more selective about which agent they hire because they know they need a good one if they want to sell their home within the first 60 days, let alone within the first 6 months.
Where do sellers go to find an agent? They go online and they look for agents in their area.
What do they look for in an agent? The first thing they probably look at is the sales history for that agent. They’ll scroll through previous listings and they look at the photos and the videos and whatever else the agent includes.
For some sellers that’s as far as they get. Their decision as to which agents they speak with can be decided in those lists of past sales where they ask themselves this question: ‘Given how that agent has marketed homes in the past, do I want that agent treating my home the same way?’
And if the photos don’t look good, then they’ll probably answer that question with a decisive ‘no’.
Now some homeowners might go further than that and they’ll dig into the numbers, looking at the agent’s sales history, how long do they take to sell a home and what price do they get. In a hot market those numbers can all look very similar, so the seller goes back to the marketing approach taken by each agent.
Do they want to have their home sold this way by this agent, or that way by that agent?
That’s where the quality of the photos matter. If you get it wrong and if your listings look undesirable compared with your competition then you can easily lose that seller to another agent.
Imagine this conversation happening between a recent seller and their neighbor, somewhere in Asheville:
Sara: Congratulations on the sale of your home! How did things go for you?
Jill: It was great! I mean, obviously the market is super hot at the moment so it was no surprise that we sold in three days. Even so, we were really impressed with our agent.
Sara: Wow, that’s fantastic! Which agent did you use?
Jill: We went with Amanda Jones and she was fantastic right from the start. Even though it would be easy to cut corners in this market, she went all in, even spending hundreds to hire a professional photographer to shoot the photos and do a video for our home.
Sara: Agents still do that?
Jill: Some do and some don’t. I looked at some other listings in our town and they were obviously taken by the agent, but I was really impressed by the photographer Amanda used, and the quality of the photos was amazing! But again, it was Amanda’s willingness to hire a photographer to present our home in the best possible way that really impressed me. I’d recommend her to anyone.
Conversely, can you imagine how things would play out if the agent had taken their own photos?
Yes, Sara still would have sold her home, but the focus of the conversation would be on the speed of the market rather than the quality of the real estate agent. In that scenario our real estate agent Amanda Jones would barely get a mention.
We have additional information about various real estate photography topics on our blog!