Why show a real estate listing with photos taken by a point-and-shoot camera, when you can show off its gorgeous exteriors in a way that can rival a blockbuster film?
How Drones are Changing the Real Estate Industry
It’s no secret that competition in the real estate industry is fierce. While regular pictures are standard, drones provide a differentiating factor that traditional photos don’t stand a chance next to.
It’s no secret that competition in the real estate industry is fierce. While regular pictures are standard, drones provide a differentiating factor that traditional photos don’t stand a chance next to. Drone photos and videos give potential buyers the opportunity to get up close and personal with a property from perspectives and angles that traditional cameras simply can’t reach.
Drone Photography Sells Homes Faster
Most importantly: They help homes sell faster. According to MLS statistics, homes with aerial images sold 68 percent faster than homes with standard images.
Drone photography allows people to see a property from every angle before they even come to view in person. Drone photography can show a home or apartment in the context of its neighborhood or proximity to nearby highways and commercial areas. Dramatic entrances can be made as drones swoop up sidewalks to welcoming, opening front doors.
Train to be a Commercial Drone Pilot!
So where do you come in? As the drone pilot and videographer, of course! Realtors are in the business of selling houses. They will look to outsource things like getting top notch photography to support their work. As a licensed commercial drone pilot (the FAA requires a license for all commercial drone use), you can package and sell your services to provide still and video photography to real estate brokers.
The first step is to register to train to become a licensed commercial drone pilot and start your own consulting business to help realtors sell their properties fast. Reach out to us at (888) 316-8889 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or register now! The next training is November 16!