I tend to believe the use of this product in real estate is of more benefit to out of town buyers than locals.
If someone is unfamiliar with an area, 10-15 listing photos are required to capture just enough of the home and grounds alone, there isn’t really any space to detail / illustrate with photos the area the home is in.
I have just finished a folder on Pinterest for Nelsons little seaside secret suburb, Monaco.
This here above, is the general layout re Google Maps.
And if you are interested to find out more about Stokes little seaside secret suburb, Monaco…..just click here.
(aka Most Important Week for RE Photography in NZ?)
Yes it is because its the week that includes the shortest day, last Friday here down-under in New Zealand.
Why that is important is because it is also the time when the sun is at its most northerly, and lowest of the whole year.
And why is that important you ask;
for that day in the future when you want to move / sell and can display 100% accurately to any potential buyer … the photos of your property / residence depicting where and when the sun exactly hits the home on these cooler mornings / days.
If you’re not sure what I mean, rather than repeat myself again…check out these past posts on the subject.
these photos were taken yesterday evening, and although not technically the shortest day of the year, as its a day later…..it will give you an idea of where the sun sets in the “middle of winter” in New Zealands sunshine capital, Nelson. Have added a couple more photos over at Nelsonians Life too, right here.
There is no better place to see and experience that for yourself than down at our “world famous in NZ” beach, Tahunanui. one of New Zealands favourite family beaches,
and not far away from NZ’s and the Southern Hemispheres largest motor camp, the Tahuna Beach holiday camp. Whether it was kids building sandcastles,
or young girlfriends getting some snaps for their future modelling portfolios, everyone was smiling.
Yesterday afternoon, my lovely wife & I decide to go for a stroll.
However whence one noted no parking for 100′s of metres, it turned out I wasn’t the only one that was thinking this way on a glorious, typically sunny Nelson afternoon.
No, it turned out to be us, and about 5 ~ 600 others had exactly the same idea, Good Fridays version of an “Indian Summer” ……
….had everyone out enjoying it. With such a low tide, I just had to see how far you could walk out….
and if you check my Panoramio page here, you’ll see exactly what I mean, a fair distance to put it midly.
So don’t forget, today around 4pm and tomorrow Sunday about 4:45pm, there are very low tides late each afternoon, head on down and experience it for yourself. Even saw some folk swimming, must be from Invercargill I reckon?