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BoxBrownie.com's team and other experts offer their best advice, insights, and how-to's. All to help you improve the presentation of your property marketing.

The Benefits of Virtual Staging For Realtors

We recently caught up with Mary Proud, from Aspire Real Estate Agents, to hear about her experiences using Virtual Staging. With over 16 years in the real estate industry, she has seen many changes in marketing techniques and knows what works.

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Tips For Measuring Apartment & High-Rise Floor & Site Plans

When you first start creating floor plans it can be tricky to draw plans for larger, multi-story buildings. That is why we have created some time saving tips for when you are measuring interior floor plans for apartments or high-rise complexes.

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Things To Check When Measuring Floor Plans

It takes professionals years to perfect the art of making accurate floor-plans from established buildings. To make your life easier we have come up with a list of things to double check while you’re onsite drawing a floor plan.

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The BoxBrownie.com September Wrap

Things don’t seem to be slowing down at BoxBrownie.com, with more updates and changes happening.

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Save Money By Drawing Your Own Floor Plan With These Handy Tips

Find that edge to make your property stand out, one of the best ways to do this is to include a floor plan, giving buyers the opportunity to visualize the flow of the house.

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How To Submit A 3D Render

19 September 2017

How To Submit A 3D Render

3D Renders bring a picture to life, and show what a home will look like from the plans. The information you provide designers will effect the final image.

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Using Floor Plans To Sell Your Property

Potential buyers love floor plans! It enables them to better visualize a property and understand the flow of the rooms.

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3D Renders - Not Just For Luxury Real Estate

No longer a marketing tool for Luxury Real Estate, 3D architectural renders can be used for all property types. These computer-generated images can sell undeveloped lots and help new home buyers visualize what the house will look like from the plans.

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Marketing Rental Properties With Professional Photography

The rental market has now become just as competitive as selling properties, spurred on by more people choosing to rent rather than buy. This makes it even more important to grab a tenant’s attention straight away when they are filtering through online listings.

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A Big Few Months At BoxBrownie.com

Things are ramping up here at BoxBrownie.com, with a big few months for the team with conferences in Australia and the US.

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Common File Formats Used By Photo Editors

At BoxBrownie.com it’s important that we receive the correct file type from you to complete your work on time and at a high standard. To make your life easier, we have put together a short outline of the popular files types we need to get your job done.

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How To Get Perfect Shots On Sunny Days

When you’re a real-estate photographer, you often don’t have the luxury to pick the time you shoot the property. This will mean doing shoots in all types of conditions, bright sun, rain, and cloudy days.

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Davide Palermo: Staging And Furnishing in The New World

Technology is changing the way real estate is being marketed, and Virtual Staging is leading the way.

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Sell A Vacant Home With Photorealistic Virtual Staging

Virtual Staging is an alternative option to traditional staging, where an interior is furnished using graphic design software. The goal is to enable potential buyers to visualise an unfurnished property, the key advantage over traditional staging is the time and expense.

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5MU Real Estate Wrap Podcast with Claire Murphy & Angus Campbell

BoxBrownie.com's Peter Schravemade, talks to Angus Campbell and Claire Murphy at 5MU about the latest marketing tool for real estate agents, virtual furniture.

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Can I Have a Rain Check? Real Estate Photography in the Rain

Learn how to take the perfect real estate photos, in not so perfect weather.

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Capturing Details Outside, While Doing Interior Shots

Getting great internal photos and at the same time capturing external window details is all about knowing the tricks!

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How To Sell Your Property For More

With house prices surging across Australia in the past year, the demand for properties in the market has become increasingly competitive.

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Brad's Pre-Photography Check List

When you're on a shoot there are so many things to keep in mind, remember that missing small details can happen occasionally. We sat down with BoxBrownie.com Director and Photographer, Brad Filliponi, to create a checklist to follow before you start taking property photos.

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BoxBrownie.com Services Proven To Sell Properties Faster

Having been in the real-estate industry for years, we noticed there was a huge gap in the market for easy-to-use, fast and high-quality photo editing. BoxBrownie.com wanted to change this, by providing an online hub for all things digital. We offer a wide range of services to everyone from real-estate agents to developers, professional photographers to amateurs and online retailers.

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What Makes Real Estate Photography Attractive

There are generally a few basic rules that are followed to make photographs stand out, we have a few tips you can use to get that stand out shot.

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Real Estate Photography Tips For The Untrained Eye

For most of us taking a shot of a house is just a matter of point and shoot. But to get images that really show the characteristics of a home it involves a few professional tricks.

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Brad's Pre-Shoot Photography Tips

It is essential to ensure that your photo-shoot runs smoothly, this not only helps to get you to the next job quickly but it also keeps your client happy. We sat down with Brad and asked him for some tips on ensuring you have everything ready before you get to the shoot.

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How To Make a Room Look Larger With Real Estate Photography

It’s often the larger areas that are hard to capture and can appear smaller on camera. These are also the shots that you want to get right, as they are generally a key feature of a property.

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Shooting Interiors - Blocking Out The Neighbors

Real estate is all about position and privacy, you want to ensure you are capturing the property and not the neighbors.

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Presentation is Everything - Shooting Bathrooms

Making a bathroom look good with real estate photography is no easy task, there are tricks that photographers use to make them look simple and fresh.

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