Heather Bronson Photography


Providing premier builders, agents, and property management teams in New Hampshire and Massachusetts with professional, high quality images for business websites, MLS, and social media.

Did you know?

On average, homes that use a professional photographer for their listing will sell $11,000 over market value and 50% faster than homes with standard photos. Studies have shown that 98% of homebuyers judge whether or not to walk through a property by first seeing the listing photos online.

Pricing Packages: Includes mileage within 50 miles of Auburn, NH

Condos: Unit Only

Flat rate fee of $150.00 for the unit & building only. This includes all rooms plus detailed shots including fixtures and other elements you'd like to highlight.


Condos: Unit Plus Extras

Flat rate fee of $250.00 includes images of all rooms in unit, details/fixtures, exterior building(s), landscaping, roads, signage, and common areas like gym, pool, playground, etc.


New Construction/Existing Homes

Up to 3,500 sq ft: $250.00
3,500-5,000 sq ft: $325.00

Starting at $250.00



Park vehicles away from the house or in the garage.

Freshen up landscaping.

Remove trash, branches, leaves, etc.

Remove dead plants, trees, etc.

Sweep outdoor space and walkways.

Remove visible foliage from the roof and gutters.

Spread fresh mulch.

Remove debris, hose, and toys from the pool.

Store outdoor trash and recycling bins - it is best to place them in a garage area in an outside shed for the photoshoot.

Store garden hoses and caddy.

Store outdoor tools, equipment, and so on.

Store toys, bikes, etc.

Store BBQ and accessories or clean it.

Wash windows and glass doors.

Clean outdoor furniture.

Place pillows, umbrellas, etc., on outdoor furniture.

Straighten outdoor furniture.

Store seasonal decor.

Mow the grass, rake up leaves, pull weeds, and remove any dead vegetation.


Clear all countertops and remove clutter.

Depersonalize home with photos, names, etc.

Turn off fans; store portable fans.

Clean mirrors and windows.

Vacuum carpets and polish floors.

Store wastebaskets in laundry baskets out of sight.

Store pet dishes, toys, beds, etc.

Turn off televisions, computers, and dust screens.

Display attractive books, magazines, etc.

Store remote controls and chargers.

Straighten furniture.

Hide electrical cords and cables.

Store toys and video games.

Store seasonal decor.

Remove rugs and runners in kitchens, entryways, and bathrooms so that the floor can be seen clearly.

Remove excess furnishings and knick-knacks from rooms.


Remove dirty dishes, food, etc.

Store food.

Clear counters of clutter and small appliances.

Remove refrigerator magnets, photos, etc.

Clean surfaces and appliances.

Hide soaps, towels, cleaning items, etc.

Store draining racks.

Organize open shelves.

Sweep and mop kitchen floor and rug.


Minimize photos and personal items.

Organize bookshelves.

Minimize knick-knacks.

Set tables with simple place settings.

Remove excess furniture and accessories.


Make the beds correctly and remove wrinkles.

Arrange decorative pillows.

Store clothing and shoes.

Remove items underneath the bed if they can be seen.

Remove all clutter.

Tidy master closets.

Declutter and depersonalize bedside tables.

Organize children’s rooms and remove clutter.

Remove laundry and stow hampers.


Close toilet lids.

Remove countertop items.

Remove bath and shower items.

Store toilet brushes, plungers, and wastebaskets.

Store towels.

Store soaps and candles.