Quick Tips for a Great Listing
Detail is the key to a great description, tell bookers exactly what your location provides, describe its rooms and features in length, let them know all about the personality and quirks that set your property apart from others. Bookers value transparency, let them know about any rules and additional costs.
Bookers want to see clear good quality images of your location that show off every room, space and feature available to them. Show your properties individual character to stand out against other listings.
Make sure your pricing is competitive but not overly inflated. Bookers are usually working to limited budgets and are looking for locations to match. Bookers are also industry experts and know what locations are worth, astronomical day rates might put off a lot of bookers. We recommend doing your research on the competition, taking into account the unique features of your location and your personal expectations when coming to your final price.
Message bookers back as soon as possible, most bookers are looking for a fast turnaround on their production planning, and will be speaking to a number of locations, so make sure you get in there first and secure a booking. Ensure your email on Film Locations goes to an inbox you check regularly and you have marked us a safe sender so our emails stay out of your spam folder.