Why Use Drone Photography To Sell Real Estate?
Because your house isn’t the only selling point about where you live. Think about what made you fall in love with your house when you bought it. Now think about whether a quick 360° of your home on Google Earth would be enough to showcase your neighborhood.
If you originally bought your home because you loved the neighborhood, you’re going to want to show the buyers who are learning about your home online just how special its surroundings are by offering a video tour created with drone photography. Maybe you love walking your children to school every morning on tree-lined streets and greeting your neighbors. Or you live in a suburban community where groups of children routinely play together in front of their houses while the adults chat amiably. Or maybe your community boasts spectacular common facilities, like gardens or pools that are a short walk from your front door.
If so, drone photography can capture the experience of life where you live and convey to house hunters why they should buy your home.
If you live on an expansive property, you’ll want to give house hunters a sense of the breadth your home offers. Show them your barn, or your pool facilities, or the park-like landscaping that you installed to create a private and serene backyard oasis. Pictures are fine, but it can be impossible to convey proximity and layout through still photography.
If your home is special because of the views it offers or its proximity to lakes, oceans or other scenic sites, there’s nothing like drone photography to make the point. Drones can offer the views a buyer might experience from your porch, or when sailing on the lake that lies just beyond your front door.
If your home is located in a particularly convenient location – perhaps just a short drive from downtown in one direction and amazing shopping or recreational opportunities in the other – you’ll want to showcase that with drone photography.