Why would you use drones?
According to studies, the majority of prospective home buyers decide within the first ten seconds of browsing. If you're selling, that can be really difficult! If a spectator has already made up his mind that he doesn't like the colour of your front door, tried-and-true methods like filling the kitchen with the aroma of freshly baked bread won't work.
There are several reasons why Real Estate agents should consider using drones to market their properties. Firstly, drones allow you to get a different perspective that would be otherwise hard to get if drones weren’t a thing. The pictures that drones capture allow the property to stand out when compared to others.
Get A Different Perspective
There are several reasons why Real Estate agents should consider using drones to market their properties. Drones allow you to get a picture of the whole property so prospective buyers can see exactly what land and building they are buying from an aerial point of view. Drones allow you to get a different perspective that would be otherwise near impossible to get if drones weren’t a thing.
By adding drone photography to a property listing, you can potentially sell your property quicker and potentially sell it for more money as your listing will stand out from the rest.
What drone should you get?
We recommend the DJI Mini 3 Pro for property photography as it is capable of 48mp photos and 4k/60fps video. This means that you will be able to take high-quality images that will match the quality of the pictures that show the inside of the property. We recommend DJI products are they are the market leader and we believe that they are truly the best drones. All DJI products are very easy to fly so even if you are inexperienced with flying drones you easily get to grips with them.
With the Mini 3 Pro being sub 250g you can virtually fly this drone anywhere with just an Operator ID.
Here are the CAA’s Rules:
You can fly small drones and model aircraft that are lighter than 250g, or C0 or C1 class, in residential, recreational, commercial and industrial areas.
The rule on minimum distances to people is different when flying small drones and model aircraft that are below 250g, or in C0 or C1 class.
If you’re flying a drone or model aircraft that’s lighter than 250g or is C0 class, you can fly closer to people than 50m and you can fly over them.
When you’re thinking about how close you can fly, remember, you must never put people in danger. Even small drones and model aircraft could injure people if you don’t fly them safely.