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Real Estate Drone Video Photography, Drone Video Photo for Realtors, Residential Commercial Real Estate Photography, Drone Video Photo Service, Pensacola, Fort Milton, Milton, Pace, Gulf Breeze, Destin beach, Perdido Key,

Drone video and photo for Real Estate

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Drone video and photo for Realtors in Pensacola Area by RedWasp Drone

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Several studies confirm the effectiveness of drone videos as a marketing tool for real estate agents.

As we all know, Google loves video: 70% of the top 100 search result pages feature video. According to Kissmetrics, websites using video on their home or product pages significantly increase sales between 64% and 85%.

Research conducted by the Multiple Listing Service indicates that houses that are photographed from the air sell 68% faster than those that are photographed from the ground. In addition, drone costs have decreased significantly, and most experienced real estate photographers offer aerial imaging services.

Should you use professional drone photography or video to help sell your listings?

In some cases, yes. Many properties can benefit from drone videos, but others can suffer from them.

The question is, “Does it meet the ‘CLIP’ test?”

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These four factors help you quickly evaluate if aerial photography and/or video could benefit your listing:

Context

From its design and location to how it is positioned on a lot, every property has a story to tell. Agents often seize on this in their listing descriptions. Could aerial imagery help tell the story of your property? If you can visually showcase a benefit in a way that significantly enhances a key property benefit or feature that your words alone can’t accomplish, adding aerial imagery is a plus.

Location

Real estate is all about location; seeing where a home sits in relationship to community amenities can be priceless. Could it help a prospective buyer see how easy it would be for their child to bike to school or shop at a local grocery and other stores? Does aerial imagery reveal that the home is just a couple of rows of houses away from the water or a golf course? Would it help to showcase a property’s abundant outdoor space and how it sits in relation to other homes? Location is often a significant reason you should include aerial footage with your new listing. There’s probably no better way to show the surrounding neighborhood than aerial shots.

Impact

Aerial footage has an instant “wow” factor. Seeing a home from above is cool, especially with video footage. In the right hands, drones shoot stunningly high-quality photos and video. The versatility of the images captured by drones is unsurpassed. Real estate drone videos remind us of Hollywood filmmakers, and the professional footage makes a listing look more important and the home more valuable. When you can wow your seller, you can win the listing, and drone footage can help agents win listings.

Perspective

You can see things from 50 feet above a home you can’t adequately capture any other way. Buyers viewing a home from above get a better sense of the house size and the property layout. It also helps buyers get a better understanding of the home’s design. Drones also give buyers access to normally inaccessible areas, such as an up-close look at the roof, outbuildings, dense trees on the property, and more.

The downside to real estate drone videos is that it can be unforgiving. While a professional real estate photographer can bring out the best features in any home, aerial imagery could enhance the weaknesses of many homes.

But the CLIP test demonstrates that drone footage should not be limited to million-dollar listings. While real estate agents listing high-end homes often use drone footage, it should be a consideration for any home that can benefit from drone shots.

Today, drone footage is often a “nice to have” addition to a real estate listing photo shoot. But as competition among sellers re-enters the real estate marketplace, we can expect more professionally shot aerial photos and video.

For properties where drone footage can boost the prospects of a faster sale, a better offer, or help an agent make more sales, aerial footage should become a “must-have.”

In RedWasp Drone we are happy to help you with your next Real Estate Drone Video or Photoshoot.

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