Wednesday, December 28, 2016 / by Goran Jevtovic
1. Hard-To-Reach Photos
Many homeowners struggle with taking pictures of their home. Even in the age of iPhones, proper lighting and framing is crucial to real estate photography. Drone photography takes it even further, giving the tech-savvy agent a whole world of options. Did you just pay for a new roof that you'd like to show off to potential home-buyers? A drone can take the perfect picture--from ten feet over the roof, an angle that no human photographer could reach without a helicopter.
2. High Quality Videos
It can be frustrating to communicate with potential home-buyers about your home, especially when they live in another state entirely, and can't be given a simple tour. Drone photography can change all of that, however. With a high-powered video-shooting drone, realtors can film virtual property tours to share on social media or other avenues of marketing. Imagine that--no need to waste your precious time on every single buyer that shows mild interest. Interested buyers can watch the drone-shot video tour, and arrive to visit your home already excited.