SnapHouss is a quickly growing real estate photography franchise with more than 30 franchises across Canada, and the company is now expanding into the United States.
The professional photographers and designers behind SnapHouss produce digitally enhanced real estate photography to capture every detail of a property and ensure high-quality images. Depending on the package, clients can also receive:
- A dedicated property website.
- A detailed neighborhood report (Canada only).
- A premium video.
- A 3D virtual tour.
- A floorplan with dimensions.
- A virtual feature sheet.
Clients can also add drone photos and videos, virtual staging or object removal, a 60-second social media teaser video, and more. The result is a wide selection of digital content showing a furnished home for interested buyers.
SnapHouss was founded in January 2020 and has experienced rapid growth, especially once its strategic franchising model was implemented. The business had franchise partners in every major Canadian province within a year of franchising. It recently opened its first U.S. location in Houston, Texas, and people in several other cities are exploring a franchise opportunity.
In addition, SnapHouss will move its corporate territory to Orlando, Fla., in 2022 to get a piece of the U.S.’s rising real estate market. SnapHouss is also opening a new U.S. Customer Support Center, which will provide support, deliver post-production content, and acquire new clients.
According to a company news release, starting a photography franchise such as SnapHouss is a unique opportunity to work in the real estate industry and comes with several benefits:
- Hands-free online marketing that sends bookings directly to the business owner.
- No photography experience is necessary.
- Low fixed monthly overhead.
- Home-based business with a flexible schedule.
- All training is provided.
- Ongoing sales, operations, marketing, and technical support.
SnapHouss works with the top real estate agencies, such as Keller Williams, Century 21, Re/Max, and Coldwell Banker. “These established relationships can help franchisees bring in clients and run a profitable business regardless of their location,” the company media release states.