Why REITs Should Pay Attention to the Drone Industry

REITs, or Real Estate Investment Trusts, are companies that own, oversee, or finance large swaths or real estate across a variety of property sectors including offices, apartment buildings, shopping centers, and more. REITs manage multiple portfolio properties at once, and as such, often require high-quality imagery of their properties in order to market and manage them effectively.

Whether an Equity, Mortgage, or Hybrid REIT, having properties spread out across the country means corralling multiple shoots to capture site photography. Historically,  if aerial imagery is required, it might even mean hiring an airplane or helicopter to get a birds-eye view of the properties – a huge cost in terms of both time and finances.

Today, aerial services are changing the way REITs operate.

REITs can now use drones to capture high-quality aerial imagery or video of their portfolio properties for a fraction of the time and cost. It’s now easier than ever to leverage aerial panoramas, images, and videos to illustrate proximity to nearby amenities, roads, and features – giving property managers and investors the ability to quickly see and showcase the value of their real estate assets.

DroneBase is the leader in aerial services, and with years of experience servicing both CRE and RRE, REITs are a natural fit for our offerings. With professional, certified drone pilots all across the United States, we’re able to capture high-quality aerial data within days, at a price point that is bound to make any type of REIT happy. Depending on the package you order, we provide high-resolution aerial photos, HD video clips, and edited marketing videos of your property. We’ll host the images and videos in your DroneBase account so you can download, share, or otherwise use however you’d like.
Any successful business operates from an efficiency mindset; DroneBase is here to help businesses reach optimal efficiency without sacrificing quality.

Ready to use aerial imagery for your business needs? Get started today. 



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