Arguably Canberra’s leading real estate photographic business is currently offering you the chance to take over a very successful and established business.
The current owner has operated in the area for the last 3 years and has established a loyal and consistent client base, built on reliable and high quality customer service. Working with many successful Real Estate Salespeople in the area, the business has been responsible for photographing Canberra’s most expensive residential property to date through to 1000+ acre rural clients - giving you a wide variety of photographic opportunities.
Your immediate serviceable area spans Canberra, Goulburn, Yass and Cooma, allowing for even greater growth and earning potential.
Services Currently Supplied include: * Still Images for Print and electronic Media * Video Tours * Floor Plans * Night/Evening Photography * 360 Virtual Tours for Electronic Media * Elevated Photography * Head Shots – Agent Portraits * Public Relations – Office Functions, charity events, etc
Equipment, vehicles and supplies can negotiated depending on what you require or wish to bring to the business.
More details can be provided for serious enquiries, however a standard confidentiality agreement is to be completed to ensure the ongoing integrity of the business.
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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