In real estate drones are used to enhance the buying and the selling process.
“Drones” are an extremely valuable tool that help create promotional content for realtors to market residential and commercial properties.
In effect, Drones offer incredible eye-catching images for Real Estate brokers to market their listings. It’s a “no-brainer”.
Real estate agents love drone footage. This is because it offers exciting and different perspectives that is becoming more common within the real estate industry.
Yachats, Waldport, Seal Rock… Lincoln county Oregon… No difference. An increasing number of agents are utilizing aerial photos for their listings now.
Using drone photography and video sets agents apart from their competition.
The results are better looking listings that definitely help to sell homes and properties much faster. It is a “win win” situation.
Drones also offer enhanced views of large properties and land. Large properties especially are very hard to photograph from the ground. It’s almost impossible to photograph the entire expanse of a large property without putting a camera up in the air using a helicopter or drone.
So when we put the camera up in the air everything changes .
In years past, a helicopter was needed to capture large estates like commercial farms, golf courses or holiday resorts etc. And at a great expense.
In this day and age we use drones to do the exact same thing. But they’re a lot less expensive and a lot easier to use.
Drones offer a more personal view of the property in a big way.
Most real estate professionals don’t just sell homes they sell a lifestyle.
And utilizing a drone to fly down a winding driveway and do this dramatic reveal of the home that can give buyers a real feel for the property
We can also document property lines, highlight the proximity to nearby roads or attractions and do all kinds of awesome stuff to really help real estate videos and photos stand out.
When using drones in real estate the quality of the images and videos are paramount.
It is not enough to be an excellent “licensed” drone pilot, it’s also important to have to have sharp photography and videography skills.
To say the least, it’s a good idea that your photographer understands the basics of videography and photography. Not to mention the needs of the realtor.
Things like shutter speed, frame rates, white balance, as well as the creative side of composition utilizing leading lines, different perspectives on your scene and the “rule of thirds”. This is important stuff.
All this kind of creative styling really sets West Coast Drone Services apart from other drone companies.
Now of course this basic understanding of videography and photography is true for a lot of industries, but in real estate particularly, West Coast Drone Services definitely outshines our competition with higher quality images, virtual tours and videos.