Aerial drone photography and video is a must on certain properties. Lake properties, properties with acreage and properties that abut natural areas are great for adding aerial photos and aerial video. More and more brokers and agents are turning to drone photography and video to better market their listings. Let me show you 7 ways to use aerial photography in your real estate listings.
7 Ways to Use Aerial Photography & Video in Real Estate
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- Selling lifestyle
- Location, location, location
- Privacy – nature
- Give Context
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FAA Part 107 Certification
Be sure whomever you hire to take your drone images and video is certified. The FAA requires drone operators working in a commercial sense to get a Part 107 certificate and follow a set of safety and operation rules. I have the necessary Part 107 certificate.
To help agents sort through the various regulations concerning drone and drone usage, the National Association of Realtors has an FAQ page. You can access that page here https://www.nar.realtor/law-and-ethics/faqs-for-small-unmanned-aircraft-rule.
The National Association of Realtors recommends:
What should an individual consider when hiring a company to conduct a sUAS operation?
Items to consider when selecting a company to conduct a sUAS operation include whether: 1) a sUAS operator has either a current remote pilot certificate with a sUAS rating or a current pilot’s license and successfully completed the necessary training courses; 2) the company has insurance coverage in the event of an accident or other related legal issue; and 3) the contract indemnifies you for any claims related to the sUAS operation, including privacy, personal injury, and property damage claims.