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March
18

Professional Photography-Park Sterling Realty

Did you know that almost every home buyer begins their journey by researching homes online? With so much information available on the internet, it's no surprise that buyers spend plenty of time browsing homes for sale, checking out potential neighborhoods, and looking up details about homes that have caught their eye. If you're listing your home for sale in 2019, it's extremely likely that your buyer will have seen your listing online before visiting your home in person.

With so many beautiful Bronxville homes for sale, how do you make sure yours stands out from the crowd? Hiring a professional photographer to take stunning images of your home is the key to attracting serious buyers. Here's why.

  1. First Impressions are Everything
    You only get one chance to make a first impression. When it comes to internet searches, that impression depends almost entirely on the quality of your photos. No matter how amazing your home might be, if the photos don't catch the buyer's eye, they're likely to keep scrolling. A listing with poor-quality photos will get far less foot traffic, causing you to miss the opportunity to show potential buyers how wonderful your home really is. On the other hand, great photos can create an emotional reaction in potential buyers, giving them positive feelings about your home before they even see it in person.

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March
4

Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, NY-Park Sterling Realty

Visitors to the Lyndhurst mansion are equally in awe of the magnificent structure and its spectacular surroundings. Very often, those same visitors begin searching for Tarrytown homes for sale, drawn by the beauty of the Hudson Valley, the mighty Hudson River, and the charming history. 

A Brief History of the Lyndhurst Mansion

Though hard to believe when viewing the Gothic Revival mansion now, Lyndhurst started as a modest two-story country villa for the former mayor of New York City, William Paulding. 

Architect Alexander Jackson Davis used the popular romantic movement of the time, so often seen in Hudson Valley paintings, to create in stone what other artists created in oils and words. The Gothic Revival style seen in what was "The Knoll" still captures the imagination today. 

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