Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Merry Christmas!

If you are a regular visitor to the website, I'm sure you've noticed that things are looking a little different around here.  I know it's a bit cheesy, but with just a week to go until Christmas I just had to do a little  decorating.  The red and green theme is here just for the holidays and will be gone soon so while it lasts please accept my sincere thanks to everyone who has supported our business this year and my best wishes to you and your family for a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

South Highlands Virtual Tour

I have fallen way behind in posting lately and my apologies to everyone out there reading.  The holidays caught up to me much quicker than I anticipated!  I hope everyone has had a Happy Thanksgiving and that you are all quickly filling up with Christmas spirit.

Today I want to share a favorite from our most recent tours.  This adorable cottage is in historic South Highlands and is very cute!  It was a pleasure to photograph this home with the abundant antique style windows and beautiful hardwood floors.

If you are interest in this home, the listing agent's contact info can be found on the tour window.  If you would like to know more about a virtual tour or photos for your property, give us a call or email.  We would love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Photo Of The Week

My favorite photo this week comes from a home in Burgundy Ridge. This house was so adorable and staged magazine perfect. A real estate photographer's dream!

The home's breakfast area
Breakfast Area

This home was such a pleasure to photograph with it's bright colors and white furnishings.  Having the home staged and ready to photograph when we arrive is such an important part of creating real estate photos or a  virtual tour that really market the home well.  We had the privilege of creating a virtual tour for this home while we were there.  Take a look at it below.  

If you are interested in seeing this home in person, you can find all the listing agent's contact info on this virtual tour version or here, on the flyer.

Got questions about virtual tours or photos for your listing?  Click here to contact us.  We would love to hear from you!

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Video for Property Marketing

We have just completed a brand new video from one of the virtual tours we shot this week.  This lovely home is located in Stonebridge subdivision.  Stonebridge is an absolutely beautiful golf community in north Bossier City.

Why use video on property listings?

Reason 1:  YouTube's huge popularity provides a great additional source of exposure for property listings.  Everyone loves video!  It offers quick, easy to digest information without wading through lengthy text.  And virtual tours make awesome videos!

Reason 2:  The video link can be embedded in your own website, like above, providing an easy and familiar way for viewers to interact with your website and listings. And to make it even easier, we send the link to your video right along with the virtual tour links.

Reason 3:  But wait!  There's more!  The virtual tour is accessible right from the video page, which allows viewers to access all the information, maps, contact links and other great stuff that the virtual tour has to offer.

Reason 4:  Tours combined with video creates a well rounded marketing package that gives viewers the opportunity to interact with the property in the way that best suits them.  Which is a pretty awesome thing.

Please take a moment to check out the video above.  And, please, let us know if you have any questions about video for your listing or would like to place an order.

Got questions?  Click here!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Eeeekkkk! My Picture is Orange!

We have all seen them.  We have probably all taken them at one time or another.  Those pictures of the inside of a home that come out all orange, or those of the outside of the home that turn out all blue.  Now, I realize that it's fall and Halloween is just around the corner and orange is a big color for the season, but it is just plain scary when your photos turn out that color.  So, how to fix this little horror?

Kitchen photo with incandescent bulbs
This kitchen has mostly incandescent bulbs
White balance.  What is this 'white balance' you ask?  Without getting all technical about it, the simplest explanation is that light (sunlight, cloudy day light, incandescent and florescent light, those blasted squiggly bulbs) has different temperatures and different temps photograph different colors.  This is why interior photos have a tendency to turn out orange.  Incandescent lights are a very cool temperature and therefore photograph orange.

Think of a fire in your fireplace.  The hottest part of the flame is closest to the wood and is usually blue in color, but as the flame moves outward, away from the log, it turns to shades of yellow and finally orange at the tip where it is coolest.  Light color is much the same way.  The sun is an extremely hot light source and photographs blue while incandescent bulbs in your house are very cool and photograph orange.  Florescent light is sneaky because its color often depends on the type of gas in the bulb, but most commonly is either green or pink.

So, back to our original question, how to fix it?  Your camera has a setting called White Balance; this is where you want to go.  This setting tells your camera that it needs to adjust the color to compensate for an unusual situation.  Check your owners manual to determine exactly where to find it in your menu, but it should be relatively easy to get to.  In most newer cameras the auto setting is adequate, but there are occasions that it just doesn't get it, like when your photos turn orange or blue.  In this case, there are several options for choosing a white balance based on your conditions.  If you are inside and the room has incandescent bulbs, choose the incandescent setting, if the room has florescent bulbs, choose the florescent setting, etc.  Many cell phones even have some options now.  There will also be settings for outdoors on a sunny day or an overcast day, or for in the shade on a sunny day, as well as some other choices including an option for a custom setting.  Now, if you are serious about photography, then learning to take a custom white balance is important.  But for this post, lets just stick with the preset options.

Staircase with dominate natural light
This was lit with mostly natural light from the opposing windows
Here's the catch.  When you move from inside to outside, or the other way around, make sure you change your white balance back or your photo will turn out really scary!  Also, be aware of whether or not you flash is firing and how much.  Flash adds blue.

So, there you have it.  The fix is simple, just adjust the white balance setting in your camera and wow your friends with your deep photographic knowledge.  Then send them your copy of the picture, cause theirs turned out orange.

If you have questions, or want to know more about custom white balance, leave me a comment or send me a message and I will get back to you.  Hey, if there is enough interest, maybe I will even do a blog!

Check out the previous blog in this series on Digital Zoom.

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Real Estate Photo of the Week

My favorite photo this week comes from a shoot of a townhome in Provenance subdivision in south Shreveport. This lovely upstairs master was very pretty in pink and overlooks the lake.

Master Bedroom
The door opens on the balcony overlooking the lake
If you have not been to Provenance, you have GOT to check it out!  It is so quaint and has the most wonderful atmosphere and shops.  You can also check out more of the photos from this shoot here.

Find out about photos for your property

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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Photography Tricks and Treats

Fall is here.  The weather is finally cooling off and Halloween is just around the corner.  So in honor of the season we have decided to do a series of photography "Tricks" and Treats.  Yes, I know it is terribly cliche, but you get the point.  And it's Halloween, we have to be just a little bit cheesy.

So, to kick off our little series...

Trick #1 - Digital Zoom is Spooky

Don't use digital zoom.  Ever.  In fact, if your camera offers the option, turn it off.  Digital zoom is bad.  

You are probably wondering why I am so against digital zoom.  What did it ever do to me?  And what is it anyway?  Here's the skinny.  

First off, if you have a DSLR camera, you do not have digital zoom.  This little beastie only exists in point and shoot cameras and cell phones.  How do you know which type you have?  The easiest way to tell is this;  if you can remove and change out the lens, then you have a DSLR.  If not, you have a point and shoot.  Point and shoot lenses are fixed to the camera.  They may zoom in and out, but they do not come off.

DSLR Camera
DSLR Camera

Point and Shoot Camera
Point and Shoot Camera

There are two types of zoom for a point and shoot camera, optical and digital.  Optical zoom is where the elements in the camera lens move and work together to magnify the image.  Like a telescope or binoculars.  This type of zoom can produce a clear, crisp, sharp image.

Then, there is digital zoom.  This does not involve any moving parts or magnification, instead, the camera takes the image and blows it up to a larger size.  Thereby creating the effect of zooming in on a portion of the picture.  Like a cell phone camera.  Where optical zoom is clear and crisp; digital zoom results in fuzzy, blurry and often noisy images.  Blurry photos = badness.

So, how do you know which type of zoom you are using?  Most cameras will designate it with a little line or some type of indication on the bar that shows up on your screen to show how much you have zoomed.  Another way to tell is if your lens has quit moving, you have quit optically zooming and gone over to the digital side.  Don't go over to the digital side.  Use optical zoom and keep your photos crisp and clear.

That's it.  Digital zoom in a nutshell.  Or... pumpkin shell.  Yeah, yeah, I know.

Anyway, if you have questions or an idea for a future post let us know in the comments below or by contacting us.  We would like to hear your ideas!

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New Home Video

We have been busy creating new videos for our YouTube channel.  We just recently completed a new one for a client marketing a home in west Shreveport.  YouTube is just one more place that provides great online marketing exposure.

As it turns out, virtual tours make great videos.  Let us turn your virtual tour into a video to share on your site.  Whether on your own YouTube channel or on your website or FaceBook page, video is a wildly popular way to communicate online and get your message out.  Stop by our YouTube channel and take a look at some of the videos we have created from our tours.

Want to order a tour or video?  Click here! 

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Pretty Nifty Real Estate Flyers

Have you had the opportunity to check out our new flyers?  If not, please take a moment and take a look.  We think they look pretty good and defiantly stand out from the crowd.

Real Estate Flyer
Just one of many designs of our real estate flyers
They come in both full graphic, as above, and printer friendly.  And they can be accessed right from the virtual tour itself!

You probably noticed the cute little QR code in the bottom corner.  Scan it to take the virtual tour - the mobile version of course.  If you are not familiar with QR codes, just click here to learn more about them.  They are the new popular kid in the schoolyard.

We also offer an e-brochure for sending to clients.  It has fully functional links to the listing agent's email, website, tour gallery, and of course, the virtual tour!

Take a moment, check it all out. It may be just the thing if you are looking for that little marketing boost.  Got questions?  Give us a call or shoot us an email.  We love hearing from you!

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Favorite Photo This Week

Pool and Lake View
All the elements aligned for us this week. We have had a week of waterfront homes and beautiful weather. What more could a real estate photographer want?  It all culminated in a really cool afternoon at an amazing home on Shreveport's Cross Lake.

Garden StairwayTo say this home is on the lake really doesn't quite get it.  It is on a hill overlooking the lake and a the pool below.  A pool which is accessed via a brick staircase that snakes trough the garden.  This home smacks of 1950s/60s era luxury and parties, which I suppose is why it got my imagination going.  I made something inside me scream for a martini glass and pearls.

Inside, the house itself retains it's phenomenal views with ceiling to floor, wall to wall windows in every room that faces the water from it's hilltop vantage point.  My imagination began to run wild with possibilities and so did Gary's - totally different ideas mind you, but all great ones.  I guess this is why this home is my favorite real estate shoot this week, just so many possibilities.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Tour of the Week

Our favorite tour this week was a completely unique home on Cross Lake.  This waterfront property had nothing commonplace about it.  Every inch custom, this home is truly one of a kind.

Great Room Staircase
Great Room Stairs
From the beautiful stairs in the great room to the amazing deck out back to the refurbished claw foot tub in the upstairs bath, this home was beautiful and we had such a great time photographing.  It was what I call catnip for real estate photographers.  Great views everywhere!

Unique claw foot tub in upstairs bath
Upstairs Bath
And we would like to thank the sellers for their hospitality in allowing us into their lovely home and wish them the best in their future endeavors.

You can see the virtual tour of this home by clicking here.

And if you should need photos or a virtual tour for your property, now is a great time.  We have a promotion going on.  Or give us a call, we would love to answer any questions you may have about having your home or business photographed.

Sunday, September 9, 2012

New Listing Photos

on your new listing

Real Estate Photography

Let us provide the photos or virtual tour for your new listing.  We have packages starting as low as $50.

Ark-La-Tex Virtual Media has been providing real estate and virtual tour photography right here in the Shreveport / Bossier City area for over 7 years.  Let us do the photo work, so your time is spent with your clients and customers.  Please visit our website or give us a call to learn more or to see more of our work.  

I would love to speak with you and answer any questions you may have.  
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Monday, September 3, 2012

New Videos On YouTube

We have been busy adding new videos to our YouTube channel.  If you haven't had the opportunity to stop by and visit yet, be sure to.  There are lots of cool videos of homes we have recently photographed.

Did you know that the YouTube link is included in your virtual tour package?  Yep.  I know!  So cool!  And you get the download link right in your tour links email.  What could be easier?  More awesome marketing, more exposure, super easy.  And you can do this...

...on your website or blog.  And everybody knows how cool embedded video is.

Got questions?  Give us a call or send an email and we will get right back to you.  Just click the Contact Us button above.  It will take you to the contact form on our website where you can shoot us an email or give us a call.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Picture Perfect

After an adventurous week in real estate photography, I decided that maybe it is time to get out an old post, dust it off, update a bit and re-blog it.  It's it about preparing your home for a photo shoot and it is packed with tips to get your home ready and looking it's best.

So, here it is.....

Preparing for a Virtual Tour

Getting your home ready for photographing is very important when choosing to market property online. Remember that a 360 interactive virtual tour will be like an open house 24/7, so a little time spent preparing now will certainly pay off in the end.

Our photographers have several tours scheduled each day, therefore it is important that the home be in the condition you want it photographed in when the photographer arrives. A virtual tour will make your property look amazing online with a little advance preparation from you.

Here are some tips to get your property ready and looking its best:


  • Spruce up your lawn and garden. Trim shrubbery and replace or remove dead plants if necessary.
  • Yard and patio/porch should be neat and tidy. Outdoor furniture should be clean and neat.
  • Mow the lawn and water if it has turned brown in the summertime.
  • Clear clutter - toys, bikes, brooms, etc.
  • Winter - keep the pool clear and clean.

Living Areas

Stuff under the bed is bad
  • Remove clutter and tidy up tables, furniture and shelves
  • Move excess furniture out of the room (pet crates, tray tables, etc.). A clean, open, clutter free space is best.
  • Replace burnt out light bulbs! These really stick out in the photos.
  • Don't tuck things behind doors or under furniture. The camera catches it every time!


  • Clear any clutter from the counters. Move the basket of mail, meds, brown bananas, etc.
  • Make sure dishes are put away. Don't leave them in the sink or on the drainboard.
  • Empty or put away the garbage can.
  • Clear the magnets, artwork, photos, etc from the refrigerator.


  • Put essential toiletries in a small box that can be tucked away.
  • Close the toilet lid and empty the garbage can.
  • Clean the mirror and glass surfaces. The flash really highlights those smudges and water marks.
  • Hang towels neatly from the towel rack. Remove clothing from hooks or the back of the door.


Remove clutter
  • Check both indoors and out for clutter. Make sure everything is neat and tidy.
  • Try not to be in the room where the photographer is photographing so you don't end up in the photo.
  • Do not schedule other workers to be in the home at the same time. We just end up in each other's way and it makes it difficult for everyone to do their job appropriately.
  • Make arrangements for pets. They should be kenneled or at doggie day care, so the photographer can access all areas of the home for photographing.

The photographer will NOT

  • Move furniture
  • Clean or dust
  • Pick up clutter (toys, dishes, pet beds etc.)
  • Wait for areas to be cleaned. Photographers have several tours each day and each one deserves it's full time allotment.

The photographer will

  • Make small adjustments for a better photo composition
  • Work with you to find a time that is convenient for photographing

If you have questions about your virtual tour photo shoot, please feel free to contact us. We want to work with you to make your tour the best possible.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

House on Cross Lake

This was one of the most interesting projects we have done lately.  This old home sits on about 3 acres right on Cross Lake.  The home was amazing with period woodwork that hearkens back to Shreveport's booming lumber industry days.  And windows everywhere that would allow for the most amazing views of the lake from the bluff the house is situated on.  In short - catnip for photographers.

Formal Dining or Study
There were so many great views to choose from and interesting things to photograph both inside and out that it was hard to narrow down.  But I had a great time photographing this home and we ended up with a pretty cool 360 virtual tour and flyer that turned out very nice.  And although it was hot, it still was nice to spend the day here...

Path to Gazebo

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Awesome New Gallery Pages

Since we launched our new Fusion virtual media tours, we have been talking about all the cool features these tours have. Another is the virtual tour gallery. Linked to directly from the banner at the top of the virtual tour window, these new agent tour galleries are extremely cool! The page opens with a map and pins of all the real estate agent's active tours along with thumbnail descriptions of each of the listings.

Each of the pins is clickable for a pop-out view of the property details.

And each of the thumbnails can also be opened to provide a full page display of the home with descriptive text, photos and a map showing the home and surrounding attractions. These tour galleries are great marketing for an agent's listing all by themselves! They are seriously cool and look great. Check out yours by clicking the 'Virtual Tour Gallery' link in the agent info banner at the top of any of your tours. Don't have one yet? Check out a gallery by clicking here!

Friday, June 29, 2012

Fusion Has Arrived in Shreveport / Bossier

We are so excited! Our new Fusion tours have finally arrived in Shreveport / Bossier and it's a whole new way to think about virtual media. They look amazing and have so many possibilities and capabilities!  They completely re-think virtual tours, going way beyond just showing photos.  Click the link above to learn more about our cool new media and to view a tour.

Fusion Home Page

Thursday, June 7, 2012

New Virtual Tour in Provenance

2012 Parade Home in Provenance

This one is a really lovely home in the Provenance community in south Shreveport located just off the southern loop.  It has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths in 3574 SF.  The master and one other bedroom are down, while upstairs there are 2 more bedrooms and a bonus room.  See more of this home on the 360 virtual tour and be sure to check it out this weekend in the 2012 Parade of Homes!

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Shreveport Virtual Tour - Kelly Hoffee-Nasser - 111 Pantheon | Kings Pointe LA

Kings Pointe in Shreveport

Looks brand new!!! Beautiful decorator colors! Kitchen open to living area with Corian and Zodiac.  Remote master suite, formal dining, and beautifully landscaped backyard with covered patio.  Take a look at the virtual tour!

Email me about this tour!
Kelly Hoffee-Nasser
6101 Youree Dr.
Shreveport, LA US  71105
Email  |  Website
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Log Home on Lake Bistineau

I recently had the pleasure of photographing this lovely home on the Lake Bistineau.  It is on a beautiful 1.2 acre lot right on the lake with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths.  Take a look at the 360 virtual tour and see more photos at the link above.  Or contact Chuck Horne over at Re/Max Executive to see the home in person!

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Thanks For The Kind Words!

We would like to give a big Thank You to Sarah and all the folks over at Provenance in south Shreveport!  They have been wonderful to work with and photographing the neighborhood has been a real pleasure.  We look forward to working with them some more in the future.  See what they had to say  and see pictures from Provenance at the link above.

Living Room at Bridgewater

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

New Help At Ark-La-Tex Virtual Tours

We have a lot of exciting new things going on here at Ark-La-Tex Virtual Tours.  We have some new help which should make for a quicker turn around time for our clients, we are offering new custom price structures for our high volume clients, providing more mls still photos to everyone and we have some new price info on our regular packages.

Not sure if you are high volume, but have questions about custom pricing?  Give us a call or email.  We will be glad to discuss what options would work best for you.

Please click the link to read more about what is going on over at Ark-La-Tex Virtual Tours and to review the new price structure.

Master Bath at Abbie Glenn

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

South Highlands Virtual Tour Shoot

Corner Lot in South Highlands


Email me about this tour!
Chuck Horne
6101 Youree Dr.
Shreveport, LA US  71105
Email  |  Website
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Thursday, April 5, 2012

A Welcome to Our Virtual Tour Community

Ark-La-Tex Virtual Tours would like to welcome Barry Rachal to our virtual tour community.  He starts out with two new 360 tours.  The first is a lovely home in north Bossier.

Breakfast Area at Winding Willows
Lakewood Subdivision


The other is an adorable home in the Shreve Island area of Shreveport.
Family Room
Family Room


Email me about this tour!
Barry Rachal
318 469-2277
6101 Youree Dr.
Shreveport, LA US  71105
Email  |  Website
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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

More Real Estate Photo Goodness

Ark-La-Tex Virtual Tours is pleased to announce that we have increased the number of still images we provide in order to keep pace with the changing climate of real estate marketing.  Interior and exterior photos and virtual tours are becoming increasingly important as more and more shoppers are looking online to find the perfect home.  Click the link above or visit our website to learn more about what we are doing to provide our clients with some awesome options for their online marketing.

Friday, March 30, 2012

Bossier City Virtual Tour - Jenny Hogue-McCarty - 207 Piccadilly LA

Beautiful, Spacious in Tiburon

WT Lewis Elementary Zone. Dead-End Street in Gated Community. 3-Car garage! 4 true bedrooms plus bonus! Bonus wired for surround, has full bath. Hearth Room off kitchen. Fully Fenced yard. Close to Willis Knighton Bossier, BAFB, I-20 and I-220.  Take the 360 virtual tour by clicking the link above.

Email me about this tour!
Jenny Hogue-McCarty
2250 Hospital Dr.
Ste. 248
Bossier City, LA US  71111
Email  |  Website
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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Bossier City Virtual Tour - Donald Day - 607 Manassas LA

New Construction in The Gardens of Southgate


Donald Day
1619 Jimmie Davis Hwy
Bossier City, LA US  N105265
Email  |  Website
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Greenwood Virtual Tour - Kelly Hoffee-Nasser - 8199 Myrtlewood LA

Summerwood Subdivision in Greenwood, La.

Qualifies for rural development with 0 down! Look & make offer! Nice open floor plan with high ceilings! Stainless steel appliances,  large utility room that has room for extra refrigerator or freezer. All blinds and curtain rods remain, curtains reserved.  See the 360 virtual tour!

Kelly Hoffee-Nasser
6101 Youree Dr.
Shreveport, LA US  71105
Email  |  Website
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Bossier City Virtual Tour - Matt Snyder - 2053 Bayou Bend LA

North Bossier's Bayou Bend Subdivision

Warm colors and hard wood floors fill this wonderful floor plan. Bonus room could be 5th bedroom or media room. Security Gate* Security System* GREAT patio with stamped concrete for entertaining. All info believed to be accurate but not guaranteed.  

Matt Snyder
(318) 862-3560
9220 Ellerbe Rd.
Suite 800
Shreveport, LA US  71106
Email  |  Website
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Shreveport Virtual Tour - Buddy Collins - 3624 Gilbert | Madison Park LA

Remodeled in South Highlands


Buddy Collins
5566 Harper Rd.
Keithville, LA US  71047
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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Lake Front Home on Cross Lake

Waterfront home on Cross Lake in Shreveport

Wow! Totally remodeled throughout, tank-less water heater, Man Cave, Boat launch and Salt Water Pool. This home has views from every possible room that you have to see to appreciate. 

James Lemon
7585 Louisiana Hwy 1
Shreveport, LA US  71107

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Lakewood Subdivision Virtual Tour

205 Woodrun in Lakewood subdivision


Learn more about this home or take the 360 virtual tour by clicking the link above.

Email me about this tour!
Chuck Horne
6101 Youree Dr.
Shreveport, LA US  71105
Email  |  Website
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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Shreveport Virtual Tour - Kay Byrd - 4953 Norfolk LA

Lake Front Home with Pier and Boat House

Beautiful camp home on Cross Lake. 2.5 acres includes 225 feet water frontage, with great boat dock. Refrigerator remains. Great vacation spot or live in quiet neighborhood on the lake in Northwood High School district. Mature trees make this a great shady yard.

Kay Byrd
1619 Jimmie Davis Hwy
Bossier City, LA US  71112
Email  |  Website

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Haughton Virtual Tour in Dogwood Subdivision

This is a stunner with high end upgrades, real wood floors, granite, copper sink, glass tile, and tons of kitchen cabinets. Master bath has Italian stone, large jacuzzi tub, and a custom vanity with stone bowls. Walk in closet. Large utility room, and large back yard. Read more or take a 360 virtual tour!

Shreveport Virtual Tour in Norris Ferry Landing

Shreveport Virtual Tour in Norris Ferry Landing

This beautiful home was built in 2006 in Norris Ferry Landing, a gated subdivision in south Shreveport. We had the opportunity to photograph this home recently for Chuck Horne over at Re/Max Executive.

Front of Shreveport Home in Norris Ferry Landing

It offers a remote master suite, open floor plan, an upstairs bonus room, and a fully fenced backyard with a large patio. On a quiet neighborhood street, it is convenient to I-49, the Southern Loop, and Bert Kouns. Take the opportunity to view this 360 virtual tour.

Unfortunately, most homes photographed in the winter show the brown grass, bare trees, and often lack-luster landscaping even on the most beautiful winter days. But, spring is just around the corner and in just a few short weeks we can help green up those brown photos. Ark-La-Tex Virtual Tours offers a Seasonal Reshoot package. Give us a call or drop us an email to find out more.