Did you know that listings with professional photos sell for more money? Not only that, but they sell quicker!
Did you know that 92 percent of homebuyers (according to realtor.org) use the Internet as part of their home search? That means that listing photos are a critical factor — it will determine the selling price of a home, how quickly it sells and whether it sells at all. I’d venture to say that the single most important factor in selling a home is good photography.
That’s right. Studies have found that good photography helps to sell a home faster and for more money. Keep in mind that with so much research performed online, a good photo can help to get a homebuyer through the door.
The first impression is essential. If homebuyers aren’t sold on the images, they see online, chances are they will move on. It can also affect their perception of a home prior to seeing it.
A good photograph will have a positive emotion associated with the home.
Then, we have our last visible bar that houses our logo and navigation. This bar becomes sticky as you scroll down the screen, and also shrinks to a specified ratio of its original size. Notice how the links maintain their positioning and the logo scales automatically. Also, we've turned on our "content scrolling" for this bar, allowing its contents to be scrolled horizontally on smaller screens, a pattern we're seeing much more of on mobile devices these days.
Finally, as you scroll further down the page, you'll notice a final sticky bar slide in...from out of nowhere! This utilizes our "initially hidden" option, which allows you to bring in content further down a page as needed, perfect for the calls to action in our example.