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Leanne Paynter ~ Broward County, FL - not yet - it is not legally approved by FAA - and it is expensive otherwise. but soon I will.
S. Leanne Paynter ☼ Br...
La Pointe, WI
Leanne, I have my own drone, a Phontom Vision 2 plus, and pilot it my self. A fairly easy task with some practice.
Yes, Coastal properties are very impressive however, aerial videos or still photos of ANYTHING can be breathtaking.
Also. it's an effective listing tool.
Once. It's not seen / done much in our market.
John McCormack, CRS
Aerial photos are an absolute must for property that has some land. And to me they should be put up front in the photo gallery not at the very end.
I am getting ready to put on a listing that has a nice pool and tennis court on 2 acres - I will do an aerial shot for that - but it is rare around here to have a big enough property that warrants an aerial shot.
I did aerial photos of a listing recently that was high on a hill and provided great mountain views. Usually only for those high-end homes.
Hi Leanne, I utilize aerial photos as often a practical. In the past I used the services of a plane. I now get very high quality and effect videos and stills with a drone.
Always, very important when selling land.
I try to always have some.
You bet - in fact - we have our own aerial drone photography company!
With aerial views easily available in tax records, on Google Earth and Mapquest and probably lots of other places, one does not have to have a drone or a helicopter or pay for the photos.
Praful Thakkar makes an excellent point and an obvious one. Drone photography for commercial use is still awaiting FAA approval and NAR is warning members to wait until that approval is confirmed.
I do not, but since some of my buyers are 20 somthing, I think that I will send phoots upon request.
No. I ask sellers, and very few are interested in aerial photos, and very few buyers are interested in seeing a propery from 100' + up looking down on a house. If it's a 30+ acre farm, then maybe.
To-date, I've done no aerial photos for my listings. Haven't found it necessary to get my homes sold.
No I do not. I need to do more of that. It is just an added cost I cannot say it brings big results
Since I don't have a helicopter and I can't use a drone yet, I have not had the opportunity to take aerial photos.