As drones have become available to everyone, they are becoming a common sight in homes for sale, and they are also an essential factor in trends in real estate photography.
Real estate professionals know how important it is to present the property they want to sell in the best possible way, and aerial photography by drones creates an amazing visual intrigue. The commercial availability of drones opens up new opportunities for real estate marketing. Today, it is possible to buy a long-haul pilot’s license for about $150 and then use a drone to take stunning photos of the properties you are trying to sell. This practice is, therefore becoming more and more common, but not only in real estate photography.
Today we will talk about how videography and photography in real estate are changing the market and how this is affecting the real estate industry as a whole. The fact that estate agents can use drones to take aerial photographs allows them to show the proximity of a particular property. Estate agents now have the opportunity to show potential buyers what the house looks like and where the property is compared to other properties in the area.
Until now, these images were only possible with helicopters, but they are much more expensive and cannot take close-ups, any more than drones. In addition, huge objects are difficult to capture and to display correctly from the ground. Drone footage allows them to quickly present large properties and give potential buyers all the information they need. Entire neighbourhoods can be shown using drones as a plot amenity, and this recording has previously only been possible with a helicopter.
One of the reasons people are asking for drone photos is that they now have the ability to check whether the seller is telling the truth or not. This is very important to get potential buyers to bid as they can see a real picture that shows how close something is and can give them a better perspective on the property and its features.
One of the most important things about a property is whether the roof is in good condition or not. Nobody wants to climb on a roof and check for themselves, but on the other hand, nobody wants a damaged roof that could cost a lot.
Using drone footage, estate agents can give potential buyers a clear view of the property from above. The roof is damaged, and you can see if it is damaged or not, and if so, how much damage is there and what it looks like.
This shows that brokers are willing to do anything to stand out and give their buyers more than others. In addition, important functions that are located somewhere high, previously unreachable, can now be captured on drone footage. One of the reasons drones are so popular in real estate photography is that they are incredibly attractive, and agents who use them tend to cause a stir with their listings. Drones are a fresh and trendy device, so agents who use them can quickly improve their reputation.
However, they can be expected to quickly become the industry standard, so it is best to use them before everyone else joins in. Drones are already used in real estate photography, with many people following the trend, but it’s best to do it before you get involved with everyone else.
For example, real estate agents use drones to film houses to show gardens and driveways, helping potential buyers get a sense of what a house looks like up close. Estate agents are quick to realise that drone footage offers them far more options. Drone videos can help a potential buyer better understand and feel a property before it even goes on tour.
We can also forget that there is a big difference between living in a property and the way we organise ourselves and work in our daily lives.
Drones are slowly becoming an important aspect of the real estate business, and brokers who have used these devices have been able to make more sales and persuade potential buyers to do business with them. Drones are not used anywhere, and we can only expect them to be used more frequently and in other ways in the future.