For both commercial and residential real estate agents, proper visual marketing can be the difference between a closed listing and a lost opportunity. Leveraging drone photography services to enhance the listing’s overall presentation and effectively shows a property in real context can be a game changer, providing a sweeping aerial imagery of a property’s surrounding neighborhood just might be the trigger a passive buyer needs to become more serious about your listing.
Drone-captured photography is making it easier than ever to sell listings - but admittedly, the space can seem confusing for drone novices. If you’re working in real estate and aren’t sure where to start with drone technology, you’re not alone! The good news? You don’t have to be a tech expert to reap the benefits of aerial imagery for your business.
If you consider yourself a “beginner” when it comes to aerial imagery, here are the most important things to know about using drones for real estate photography:
Aerial photography is cost-effective
Compared to capturing aerial imagery from a helicopter, drone photography is a low-cost, high-quality option for dynamically showcasing your listings. DroneBase packages start at only $99 per listing.
Drones will make your job easier
Collecting aerial imagery won’t take much time out of your day. With DroneBase, our team manages the feedback loop with our pilots, so you receive high-res aerial imagery without handling any of the coordination, sourcing, and/or editing.
Turnaround time is fast
Turnaround time for DroneBase imagery is lightning fast: flights occur within 48 hours of confirmation date, weather dependent. Take it from one of our customers:
You’ll get a comprehensive shot package
We’ll do the work of organizing your images. Whether you need 3 high resolution aerials, or 15+ images, videos, and full branding on all assets. Our custom shot list will ensure you get every angle needed to show off your property.
Showcase your residential properties with professional real estate drone photography services from DroneBase.