Map Your Real Estate Sales Track Record

The Activity Map is a Crazy HUGE Big Deal! The map shows a green pin for all of your active listings and a red pin for all of your sold ...

I Am Your Best Salesperson

Resume Application (858)451-5772 Objective:  Seeking Position as Sales Assistant  I will show your listings 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. I’ll make sure your listings look perfect ...

Real Estate Photography 101

The BIG THREE problems most agents and photographers face are these: Color Accuracy Hexagonal Lines Balanced Exposures Let’s start with the basic understanding that good real estate photos should make ...

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PreviewFirst Thanksgiving

It’s 10:50am Thanksgiving day 2015. Crackling fire and coffee in hand, I’m counting our blessings at PreviewFirst, I want to thank our wonderful customer support team. Your positive attitudes and heart for service are evident in everything you do. People think of us as a “Photography company”, but we know we’re really a “Customer service […]

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The Right Number Of Photos?

What is the right number of photos for the MLS? Most MLS systems allow 25 photos. Some only allow 15 photos and others 30 photos. One Southern California MLS made the decision to allow up to 75 photos. “75 PHOTOS! REALLY?” That’s the response from most Relators who can’t imagine the average home warranting 75 […]

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Do-it-yourself vs. Professional

Buyers fall in love with the home before they see it. Sellers appreciate you more.  Good photos get more clicks, more showings and faster sales!  Bad photos can have the opposite effect. Let PreviewFirst photograph your listing and compare the results. Below are a handful of photos demonstrating the difference between an former do-it-yourselfer and […]

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Twilight Photography – What to expect

What is Twilight Photography and how many photo should be expected? Twilight Photography starts at $350 and generally produces 25-35 photos total. The objective of twilight photography is to capture the entire home during the last 90 minutes of sunlight. This includes 60 minutes before the sun sets, and 30 minutes after. When the setting […]

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It’s all about lighting

A camera can only do so much. A typical flash can only go so far. This photo illustrates the importance of Money Shot photography and the powerful lighting necessary to get quality results. Kudos to the editing team!

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Real Estate Video Production

Video Concepts by PreviewFirst is the leader in real estate photography, video and virtual tours.  We produce several offerings to meet your goals and budget. Have a unique concept, we’ll give you a custom quote. Email: Los Angeles County (626) 219-0620 Orange County (949) 491-1445 San Diego County (619) 821-8228 Temecula / Murrieta […]

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Aerial Photography & Video

CURRENTLY SERVING SAN DIEGO, ORANGE COUNTY & TEMECULA VALLEY. Please note, some areas require an additional fee for time and fuel.  Bonsall, Fallbrook, Ramona, and similar areas $50.  Temecula, Murrieta, Alpine, $100. $350 – With Aerial Photography, you can expect 5-10 images per property. As conditions permit, we always attempt to capture your aerial photos from […]

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New Listing! Description coming soon.

Every day thousands of homes are viewed at website. Incomplete virtual tours often give the impression that a listing is “No Longer Available”. So now all virtual tours include “New Listing! Description coming soon.” Add a description and property details Add your non-branded virtual tour URL to your MLS listing Add your branded Virtual Tour […]

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PreviewFirst Affiliate Photographer Opportunities

Full Time Affiliate Photographers Do you know how to light up the interior of a home so that it looks natural, bright, evenly exposed, maintaining proper colors and window clarity? If so, let’s talk. Average monthly payout is $4,800 – $7,000+ Must be available 4-5 days per week Must own necessary equipment Prefer to work […]

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HDR vs Traditional – Which do you prefer?

In real estate photography, shooting at sunset has it’s advantages and disadvantages.  One advantage is that one side of the home will be lit up beautifully at sunset.  A disadvantage, is that the other side won’t.  Below is an example of a key shot with the sun in front of the camera, making for a […]

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