It’s been a while since we just chatted about a specific topic without an Ask the Guys question or an interview guest so we figured it was time for that! ¬†Today we discuss business models and pricing models and the best/worst ways to price your work. Rich and Brian both have different pricing structures so it’s great to get two differing views on the best way to price your work. Rich charges by square footage and Brian charges by image quantity. Listen and hear why! And then they discussing the rare occasion when a real estate photographer charges hourly. It is rare and there are photography that do. If you do charge hourly, let us know and we would love to chat with you on a future episode!

 

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2 comments on “Episode 40 – Pricing For Real Estate Photography? Square Footage vs. Image Amount vs. Hourly

  1. I was surprised you guys did not mention for pricing based on listing price of the property. Last year when I moved from New York City to a ski resort in Colorado, I changed my pricing model square footage to brackets by listing price. This has been very well received by the new agents I’m working with. I think it’s very easy for the realtor to figure out what their cost is compared to their potential commission. I’m doing primarily $2mm and up homes and I have to turn away business at this point one year later.

  2. Shooting Spaces Oct 9, 2018

    Scott, interesting practice! That seems very rare to charge by listing price but might not necessarily be a bad idea. Would love to hear more about it!