HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, simply put dynamic range is the difference between the highlights and the lowlights. The human eye is amazing at seeing the range of light in a room. Like how you can see out of a window and in the room at the same time. The camera sensor, however, is not so amazing it doesn’t have this range. This is where HDR comes in by taking multiple images one dedicated to capturing the highlights and one dedicated to capturing the lowlights they can be compiled into one image to provide a more natural looking dynamic range to properly represent the room.
Why Staging Matters
No matter if it’s a fixer upper or a beautifully finished home a staged and professionally photographed home sells on average for 10% more!
It Won’t Actually Cost You Anything
Think of it this way if you were selling your car would spend the extra $20 to wash it to make an extra $200?
A staged home returns on average 1000% on a 1% investment!
If you spent $4,000 staging a $400,000 home your average return will be $40,000 higher then if you spent nothing!
Real Estate | Salt Lake City Housing Market Outlook
Utah has been seeing excellent growth in the past few years. As a result of the booming banking industry, world-renound tourist destinations, and a surge from millenials and the younger generations approaching the milestone of buying their first homes, the real estate industry is doing very well!
According to the US Census Bureau, from April 2010 to July 2016, the state of Utah and Park City have seen about 10% growth, with Salt Lake City landing at 3.9%.In addition to positive growth, houses have appreciated more than 28% above the national average over the past year, increasing home values by $19,225 on average.