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How to Sell Your House in 2019

VRLY July 5, 2019 0

So, you have found yourself at that point of selling your house and moving on. Maybe you’re downsizing to a smaller house because the kids have finally left the nest, or you got a job in a new city and need to relocate, or finally, you retired and want to head south to warmer climates. Whatever your reason, you’re ready to sell you home. Luckily for you, we put together a comprehensive guide for first-time and seasoned home sellers. Continue reading to find out how to sell your house this year.

 

1) Hire a Home Inspector

 

You’re probably thinking wait, isn’t that what the buyer is going to do? You’re not wrong. When a buyer has made an offer and you’ve accepted it, the buyer will most likely hire a home inspector of their own. So, why would you hire a home inspector? First, if a home inspector turns up something that’s in need of repair, wouldn’t you prefer to resolve it long before entering into negotiations with a potential buyer?

 

In fact, if you end up needing to make repairs expected to take weeks to fix, you may lose that buyer altogether. Hiring a home inspector is a proactive approach to getting your home ready to sell. Known as a pre-listing home inspection, you can find out the exact condition of your property, what repairs need to be addressed beforehand, fix them, then focus on the next task to get your home sold fast.

 

Also, knowing the condition of your property will further assist you during the negotiation phase with potential buyers.  As you may already be aware, since you’ve already bought a home yourself, buyers often use their home inspection as a way of getting concessions from sellers, such as asking you to drop your list price. If you’ve already addressed any repairs that turned up in an inspection report, it is less likely that any new repairs will come up and impact your position during negotiations.

 

2) Make Repairs and Small Upgrades to Your Home

 

After your inspector makes a comprehensive list of repairs you should make, it’s time to get started either making the repairs yourself or contracting the right person to do them. This is may also be a great time to make small upgrades to your home that will help your house to sell fast. You don’t need to renovate your kitchen or anything, but that red accent wall that was extremely popular a decade ago might need a fresh coat of paint more neutral in color.

 

Understand Your Homes Selling Points

First, try understanding your home’s selling points and then try to highlight those features to make them really stand out. Not sure what those features are in your home? Just think about what sold you on your home when you first toured it. Was it the kitchen, the open floor plan, or that personal studio space? These are the features you want to concentrate on because they are most likely to sell your home again.

 

Brighten Your Home

You also want to think about ways to brighten your home and improve your curb appeal. Simple ways to brighten your home is painting your ceilings white and choosing a wall color that is brighter and more neutral. Though you may have enjoyed that accent wall, not everyone has the same taste as yourself. You want to make your house appeal to the largest audience possible to not only sell your home fast but to also invite more offers.

 

Improve Your Curb Appeal

Furthermore, improving your curb appeal is crucial for future homebuyers. You only make a first impression once, and the curb appeal of your home is the first impression of your home for potential buyers. Though you may not necessarily have to paint the exterior of your house to impress homebuyers, simple things like trimming your hedges, freshly mowed lawn and making sure any exterior lights aren’t burnt out can go a long way. Even freshly laid beauty bark and newly planted flowers can really make your yard pop!

 

Though this can be a lot of work, you will be happy that you did it because homes often sell faster and for more money when these small upgrades are done. If you don’t want to do all that work yourself, don’t know how to, or just don’t have the time, there are concierge type services that can do it all for you. This way you can focus on moving to your next home.

 

3) Declutter and Prep Your House to Sell

 

There’s an expression in real estate, “clutter can cost a sale.” Decluttering and prepping your home is something you want to really focus on. Especially if you’ve lived in your house for five years or more, there is a good chance you’ve collected a lot of stuff. Don’t worry it happens!

 

Renting storage units are becoming an increasingly popular method to decluttering one’s home before selling it. The idea is to limit the amount of stuff in your house so that potential buyers can envision themselves (and their stuff) in that space. Even removing photos is a great way to allow people touring your home to think about what they would hang on those walls or what they’d place on that fire mantel. Basically, you’re trying to present your house as a canvass from which potential buyers can create the next chapter of their lives.

 

Furthermore, by eliminating the majority of your stuff in your house earlier you can start deep cleaning your home more easily. And yes, you want to deep clean your home. If you sold your car to someone (not a dealership) you would probably wash it and vacuum the inside of it before you let someone test drive it, right? Well, the same goes for selling your house. You want to present your home in its best possible light so that it sells fast and you get competing offers.

 

Also, don’t just focus on deep cleaning just the inside of your home. You can use a pro wash to clean the outside of your home as well. These products typically attached to your garden hose and then you just spray your house down. It’s kind of like washing your car, just without the scrubbing.

 

4) Find a Real Estate Agent

 

Finding a real estate agent is easy, finding a great real estate agent can be more of a challenge. Getting referrals and reading online reviews is a great way to start narrowing down your options, and hopefully, you’ll end up with a couple of good potential candidates to interview.

 

You’ll want to understand what you’re looking for when hiring a real estate agent to represent your best interests. Here are some questions to consider asking any potential candidate:

 

  • How many clients have you served this year?
  • Has a client ever filed a complaint against you?
  • What is your fee? (3% commission is beginning to be replaced by 1% – 1.5% in many areas)
  • What services do you offer beyond negotiations and escrow?

 

These are just a few questions to consider asking while interviewing real estate agents. A more comprehensive list of interview questions can be found here.

 

After you decide on a real estate agent, you and your agent should come up with a plan of action. This plan should include a timeline, from the pricing of your home and getting it listed on MLS to open houses. It should also include when a price reduction strategy needs to take effect to get your home sold. You and your agent should be on the same page at all times and a plan of action will help ensure that.

 

5) Price Your Home to Sell

 

Now is the time to find out what price you should list your home! You can start by using online tools to help you get an idea of what your home is currently worth. This is a great starting point to get an idea of your home’s worth, but you should never set your sights on a single number and expect it to happen. Market conditions change all the time and so too does buyer behavior. Being open-minded about pricing your home as well as adjusting price is key to get your home sold.

 

Another option that many homeowners do to get a list price for their home is to hire a home appraiser. Home appraisers are licensed professionals that will assess the value of your house based on the state of your property and overall housing market conditions. They will look at the size of your property, the interior and exterior conditions of your house, any upgrades, additions or home improvements you’ve done, and then calculate your home’s worth based on the local market conditions.

 

Looking at comparables of recently sold homes in your area will also help you settle on a price with your real estate agent. These homes should be similar in size, location, and sold within the last few months. Anything outside of those parameters would not be considered true comparables and could give you false information for pricing your home.

 

Furthermore, you want to be strategic about your pricing. You want your house to sell fast while being competitive for current market conditions. Instead of lumping the price of your house in with others in the area, strategize your pricing based on your home’s selling features. In other words, if there are three houses for sale in the same area as your own and priced at $350,000, you might be able to justify $360,000 or more because you have a larger lot size or maybe you’re located in a popular neighborhood.

 

6) Get Professional Photos Taken of Your Home

 

Nothing sells a home faster than professional photos. Put yourself in the buyer’s shoes. They are searching online, looking at every home that comes up for sale within their filtered interests the moment it’s listed. If your house is being represented online by poorly shot photography, your listing will see very little traffic. Not to mention, it has been widely observed that listing your house with professionally shot photos, on average, sell for more money than other listings.

 

Furthermore, 3D walking tours along with aerial photography that show a bird’s eye view of one’s home and its surrounding area have become increasingly popular with buyers looking online. Many agencies include some or all of these services as a component of their overall services to you as a seller. However, you should ask while interviewing your real estate agent what services are provided, so you don’t find yourself paying out of pocket later. Just remember, the better you represent your house online, the faster it will sell.

 

7) List Your Home to Sell

 

Your real estate agent will get your home listed online on MLS (Multiple Listing Service), in order to l start showing up on real estate search platforms to potential buyers.

 

You may be wondering when is the best time to list your home? If you’re thinking about waiting for a specific season, then you might be waiting for nothing. In 2016, Redfin analyzed more than 7 million home sales to identify specific seasonal trends in homes being sold. What was determined was that though spring was slightly better for homes that sold within 30 days and for above asking price, winter was surprisingly a close second. What plays a bigger role in a house being sold quickly and/or above asking price has more to do with current market conditions than the season a house is sold.

 

Also, don’t limit the marketing of your house to your real estate agent and online search. Market your house yourself! Spread the word through your family and friends, share your listing on social media, send out emails asking people to share your listing with others, and even advertising with online ads are ways of getting your house in front of more people and increase the chance of selling your home faster.

 

8) Have Open Houses and Personal Showings

 

Your first open house is what you’ve been working towards and now it’s about to happen. It’s time to step up your game and stage your home to sell. Here is a list of things to consider that will really help you make your house shine:

 

  • Clear the clutter: You may have already transferred most of your belongings to a storage unit by now. Focus on just cleaning up the clutter that gets left out on countertops and tables. Put away newspapers, mail or magazines, or if you have children help them pick up their toys.
  • Deep clean your house: Nothing turns off a buyer more than an unclean bathroom. That could also be said about the rest of your house. Now more than ever is that time to wash your windows, window sills, and scrub your grimy glass shower doors.
  • Add white accents: White accents such as flowers or towels in the bathroom create a sense of welcome cleanliness.
  • Arrange furniture: You don’t have to necessarily rent furniture to stage your home. You can most likely use what you have. The key is to limit the number of furniture pieces in any one room and then arrange them in a way that’s inviting to people as they enter the room.
  • Bring in light: Think about removing your curtains or keeping them drawn back to allow as much light into your house as possible. If you have rather large elaborate curtains, consider storing them away until you get to your next home.
  • Showcase your floors: Floors are key feature homebuyers are looking at, especially if you have wood floors. Show them off by removing any rugs or unneeded furniture so that more of your flooring can be seen. If you have wood floors, think about getting them polished to really make them pop!
  • Create a welcoming ambiance: You may have heard about that old trick of lighting a candle that smells like freshly baked cookies? Well, it’s not wrong, but a single candle might not do the trick. Focus on reducing odors in your home. If you have a mudroom, or a cat or dog, use a neutralizing spray for a few days before an open house to limit any odors that you may not actually realize are there.
  • Organize all closets and drawers: Homebuyers touring your home will most likely look in your closets to determine space and, frankly, to see if their stuff will fit in there. Also, they will likely open kitchen drawers and cabinets as well, so make sure everything is nice and tidy.
  • Dust: Concentrate on all the areas that you’ve most likely have turned a blind eye to for some time, like ceiling fans, baseboards, on top of doorways, appliances, etc.
  • Make your entrance inviting: If the exterior of your house has outdated light fixtures or worn out address numbers, consider replacing them along with your welcome mat. A new mat is always inviting to people touring your home.
  • Secure your valuables: If you didn’t already store your valuables away in the storage unit you rented, you’ll want to make sure that these are not kept in plain sight. In fact, if you have a safe of some kind, that would be a perfect place to store your valuables while open houses and home tours are taking place.

 

Unlike open houses that are planned in advance, personal showings can happen at any point during the home selling process. The key is to be flexible and maintain your home’s cleanliness to make it easier on yourself in case of unexpected tours that may just pop up at moment’s notice. You want to make a great first impression every time!

 

10) Have a Plan in Case Your Home Doesn’t Sell Quick Enough

 

You and your real estate agent should have already gone over this beforehand, but not every house sells after the first open house. There are many factors at play and depending on the condition of the housing market for your area, your real estate agent may have to use some other strategies in their arsenal to get your house sold.

 

If it’s lowering the price of your home or holding more open houses, you’ll want to agree on what the next steps should be in case your house isn’t seeing any offers.

 

11) Negotiate the Selling Price of Your Home

 

One thing to consider is that the buyer is trying to get the absolute best price they can, while you’re doing the exact same. There will be multiple factors to consider as each home sold and purchased is different. For example, if it’s a buyer’s market that means the buyer has the upper hand because there are multiple listings with fewer offers being made. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to make huge concessions in order to sell your home.

 

This is where your agent really steps up. They will help you navigate the negotiation process, and will give you their advice on how to proceed when offers are being made. Luckily, you interviewed and hired the right agent, so you know they have your best interests in mind. There are several factors and tactics to consider when entering this phase. Your agent will help you every step of the way as you navigate through the negotiation process.

 

You most likely have made many great memories in your home. Your children may have grown up in your house and marks of their heights years past still scar the wall near the kitchen. It’s difficult, but try to separate yourself – emotionally – from your house. Whatever your memories may be, just remember they are not lost, but they also have no place in negotiations. Try to remain objective during this process and rely on your real estate agent for advice and how to proceed.

 

12) Sign and Close

 

This is the moment you and your agent have been working towards. You’ve agreed on a price with the buyers, any and all inspections and appraisals of your home have been completed, and you are now signing the papers to sell your house. Congratulations, you’ve done it!

 

Source: Redfin

3 Reasons Photography is Important in the Real Estate Business

VRLY January 29, 2019 0

Photography is beautiful in every way. It’s not just an art of taking photos or the use of
light to create images, it has been used to tell beautiful stories over time, save memories
and grow businesses. Photography is more about vision and not just about the clicking of
the shutter button like we all do these days. A photographer or someone with a good eye
is more likely to take better pictures and beautiful images than an amateur who’s
handling a camera for the first time.

Photography has transformed the way we live and see the world today.

Real estate, on the other hand, involves selling, buying, investing and managing real
estate properties legally be it buildings or lands along with any natural resource that can
be found on it. The real estate covers all property management services in general.

The real estate market is highly competitive because there are more and more real estate
firms springing up every day with new ideas, more access to funding with limited access
to clients. So, many real estate agencies out there are struggling to keep afloat or stay in
the market even. This is why they have to come up with several ways to stay ahead of the
competition, wow potential clients and try something new in a way that they keep
pushing the envelope to stay successful.

Here are the 3 categories of real estate there are,

1. Commercial real estate: This includes public buildings such as parks, offices, schools,
educational centers, and hospitals.

2. Residential real estate: The word “residential” says it all. Split-level, castles, duplex
and bungalows are all residential real estate.

3. Industrial real estate: Warehouses, industries and manufacturing plants all fit into
this category.

Ways to Promote Your Real Estate Business

  • Use of social media: In the modern world today, social media is the biggest platform
    used to promote almost everything if not everything. Social media platforms such as
    Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn are used to put yourself and business on the market
    and the world to see so the proper use of social media will help promote your business.
  • Blogging: Having your personal blog also helps put your business out there and helps
    you improve online visibility. By posting helpful and relevant real estate related content
    that will help people that intend to invest in properties and also other real estate
    businesses, this could help you get the trust of potential clients.
  • Hosting webinars: By hosting webinars you’re able to reach out to new audiences,
    meet potential clients and decision makers thereby putting your business on a larger
    scale and making your business more accessible to potential clients.
  • Creating a company website: With a company website, you’re able to share all
    services, product, and offers offered by the company. Ads about all services also are to be
    put on the company website. All this put together would help clients distinguish between
    the kinds of services they want and help them know all services offered by the company.
  • Photography: Photography covers all aspect of the modern world today. The niche of
    photography that covers real estate is known as architectural photography which
    involves taking photographs of all kinds of architectural buildings. A photographer with
    a good eye and vision who would take photos of your real estate properties to post on
    your company website, showcase at your webinars, use for social media promotions and
    to also send to potential clients will definitely be a game changer in the real estate
    market. Like the saying goes “a picture speaks more than a thousand words”.

Few Tips on How to Take a Good Photograph

  • Good Camera: Good camera’s take good photos. Getting a good enough camera will
    always get the job done and also the photographer should have at least some type of
    experience with photography not necessarily architectural photography. With experience
    and a good camera, it’s only normal for better quality pictures to be taken. A camera I
    would recommend for an individual as a beginner would be the cannon T6i.
  • Shaky Camera: Avoid camera shake or shaky hands during photo-shoots as this could
    cause the photos to blur which produces a low-quality image. To avoid blur images you’ll
    first have to learn to hold your camera correctly and in the right way using both hands.
  • Use of Simple Background: The use of simple background is always best as it helps
    you determine what gets in your shot as you have to focus your camera on what you want
    your potential clients to see without including side attractions or distractions in your
    photograph.
  • Know the Basic settings: learning the basic settings e.g. ISO among many others
    makes you a better handler of the camera.
  • Learn to clean your camera leans regularly.
  • Knowing when to use and not use your flash.

Use of Drone Technology for Real Estate Photography

Drone technology is no more a technology solely meant for military applications, these
days people of various professions use drones in their field of work. In property
management services we are beginning to see realtors using drones to make their job
more proficient and to stay ahead of their competition. Using drones, they can show a
property from different angles with relative ease, thereby assisting them to possibly close
a customer. For example, using drones they can give an aerial view of a building, see
different areas of the property including and different angles of it too, they can make fun
create videos to use as ads and so much more. Although there are obviously some
regulations against the indiscriminate use of drones for privacy and security reasons, a
realtor can obtain permission from relevant agencies in order to use drones.

Photography is not the only you can grow your real estate business of course, but is it
sure most important in the sense that if done right it should transform your real estate
business, put it on the map and take it places given it’s done properly. So, if you’re
looking to grow your business, photography is one aspect of marketing to look into
because it does it all.

 

Ayesha Lee

Q&A with Tyler Irons of VRLY

VRLY August 28, 2018 0

 

About Tyler Irons & VRLY

Tyler Irons
Founder, VRLY in Lincoln, Nebraska
https://www.getvrly.com

In their own words

VRLY is Lincoln and Omaha’s premier VR scanning solution with over 500+ scanned spaces across Nebraska, Colorado, and Minnesota. Our scanners are friendly, courteous, and will treat your clients with the utmost professionalism through the entire process.

Introduction

At Matterport, photographers are some of our most important customers. Since we released the first Matterport camera in 2014, we’ve watched as enterprising people have taken risks and built businesses around this new medium.

Together, we are working to make 3D the new standard for people to virtually share and explore spaces. Photographers in the Matterport Service Partner (MSP) program are key to this goal, as they extend the reach of 3D to a wider audience than we ever could alone.

We want to honor our most successful MSPs, such as Tyler Irons of VRLY in Nebraska. In April of 2018, he scanned 75 spaces — that’s an amazing 3.5 spaces per business day. We sat down and chatted with him to hear his story and his tips to success.

 

What’s your background?

I was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. After serving in the army, I started my own business. I’m a serial entrepreneur — I own three businesses, all of which are still going strong. Most of the time I manage my third business, VRLY (pronounced ‘VUR-lee’), which focuses exclusively on real estate photography.

 

How did you start with Matterport?

I learned about Matterport while doing a digital marketing project for Berkshire Hathaway in Omaha. These guys wanted to market their properties differently, so I looked around online and that’s when I found Matterport.

Back in 2016, Matterport was not as big as it was today. I’d say about half of all agents knew about it, but few actually used it back then. We knew it was a gamble when we ordered the camera. But after seeing the technology and what it could create, we had great faith and so we took the plunge.

 

How successful have you been creating 3D spaces?

We’ve had some challenges — it’s still a new technology with a learning curve for both us and our clients. But in the past year and a half, we’ve been very successful.

In May 2018 we scanned 75 houses and we’re growing month-over-month. This past spring (2018) we’ve seen more peer pressure among our agent clientele. As soon as agents see their peers using it, there’s more pressure on them to use VRLY.

In the future we’re expanding past Lincoln, NE to Kansas City and more states/markets in the US Midwest over the next 12 months.

 

Statistics

  • 85    Matterport Spaces created in June 2018
  • 75    Matterport Spaces created in May 2018
  • 600    total Matterport Spaces created
  • 3    Matterport Cameras (all Pro2)
  • 10    total employees in VRLY

 

How did you reach such a high volume?

For us, the key was to take this new technology and package it into a format people were already familiar with.

In our experience, real estate agents are more familiar with old-school, traditional marketing such as flyers, print, and video. Agents like the interactive Matterport tour, but because it is a new technology, they don’t know how to monetize it.

So we put Matterport into a format agents already knew well — video. We started by screen-recording the Matterport virtual tour. Next we combined it with aerial/drone photography, additional video, and of course the agent’s name and contact info.

Realtors LOVED this custom video for each property. It also fit very well into their existing marketing budget and expectations. Once agents saw how Matterport fit into video, our growth just exploded.

What’s your philosophy when talking to agents and brokers?

VRLY is the marketing partner for real estate agents. Most agents are not marketing experts. No problem. We handle the marketing side for them. This frees up agents to do what they really love — develop relationships with home sellers and buyers.

When you buy VRLY, you’re not paying for a specific deliverable. You’re paying for a full marketing package. Tools, methods, and channels may change over time, but VRLY will always be your real estate marketing provider.

Furthermore, agents don’t want 5 different people to come and make certain deliverables. They want one person who can do it all in one photo shoot. VRLY is a one-stop shop for real estate marketing. If an agent calls us, they don’t have to do anything else for that property. We do everything they need — Matterport, aerial, photos, video, and single-property website — quickly and at a decent price.

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How big are you on efficiency and standardization?

This is a HUGE part of VRLY’s success. We can offer low prices because our deliverables and processes are so standardized. Our primary offering is one low-priced, all-included marketing package.

Honestly, it would slow us down if we offered a-la-carte deliverables or very custom/creative deliverables. Clients who really need those one or two special photos can hire someone else to get those. But that doesn’t happen very often.

Furthermore, it is very important to us that VRLY offers the same great real estate marketing package and service to all of our clients — no matter whether they are big or small. It’s just the right thing to do.

We built VRLY so it is a scalable model that can handle massive amounts of volume. We’re going to continue to scale because that’s how you become more successful and profitable in the long-term. Check out one of our sample single-property websites below.

https://www.getvrly.com/3d-model/johnathan-ogorman-12367-south-81st-street/skinned/

Which marketing channels have been most effective for you?

We’ve found texting to be a very effective marketing channel to people already in our database. Agents spend almost all their time on their cell phones. Of course, you should reach them on the tool that they use the most. Honestly, I think that agents are the easiest people on earth to get a hold of.

We’ll send massive text campaigns every 2 weeks across our database. This includes little bite-size content pieces such as “How do I add myself to Google My Business”. Not only do they help agents, but these also build VRLY’s brand as marketing experts. Our texts have like a 93% open rate, which amazed even me.

At VRLY, we’ve also had success offering a free, one-time scanning package to timid clients. This is an easy way to get them into our database and start a long-term relationship on a good note.

 

Tell me about the employees in your business.

I have two capture teams and one backend team (total 10 staff members). Each capture team has a DSLR photographer, Matterport operator, and drone pilot. Each team can get it all done for one property in 60 to 90 minutes per property, 3 to 4 properties in one day. We try to be very efficient while still maintaining a high standard of quality.

My job (Tyler) is less on the capture-side and more on developing relationships with the agents. I see myself more as the owner of a photography business rather than a true artist or photographer.

 

What about agents who say “we don’t need Matterport’”?

The US Midwest housing market is different from the east or west coast. Houses sell quickly (a seller’s market) and for less. Marketing budgets can be thin for some agents — which makes it harder to sell something cool like 3D. We often hear “My house sells so quickly that I don’t need you guys.”

This is understandable, but I also feel like it is short-sighted. A house may have sold quickly, but did you get the most for it? You may have left some money on the table. Better marketing may have gotten more leads who would have paid more. Ultimately, VRLY’s job as your marketing partner is to get you more and better qualified leads. The final sales decision is still up to you, the agent.

Finally, VRLY is really about helping you build your brand as an agent or broker. In a hot market, homes sell fast but this also means a lot of competition between agents and brokers. You really need VRLY and Matterport to set yourself apart. 3D is something that enhances your listing presentation. It’s a sign to home sellers that you are committed to selling this house, and to getting the most amount of value from it.

 

 

How Drones Have Transformed the Real Estate Industry

VRLY January 19, 2018 0

How Drones Have Transformed The Real Estate Industry

Drones have now been made available for commercial use which is why many industries are using them for carrying out different marketing efforts. Many real estate professionals have also used this technology to offer more viewing options to those who are looking to buy or rent the property. Drones offer professionals more convenience and more techniques to capture different views of the property for the interested parties. Hence it is safe to say that drones have become the latest agent to create transformation in the real estate industry. In this article, we will discuss some of how drones are being used in the real estate industry and their benefits.

1) Making Photography Affordable
Drones have given professionals another way to capture aerial images and videos of homes. Before drones were introduced in the market, real estate professionals used to carry out these tasks with the help of a helicopter or a small aircraft both of which were considered to be expensive. Hence, businesses can now produce better results with the help of cost-effective methods.

2) Cover-More Features
Drones have also provided people with the real estate industry to add photos and videos of all the important corners of the property. This includes the backyard, pools, yards and other important features. Before drones hit the market, a lot of the images seen were dull and did not do justice to the beauty of some of the houses. Drone Photography has solved this problem and can now be used to give viewers a complete picture of the property.

3) Dramatic Photography
As mentioned earlier, before drones real estate professionals would share pictures and videos that provided the viewer with images that would then have to be imagined to understand the whole construction of the property. Drone imagery offers real estate workers to present the interested buyers with dramatic results that seem to be more appealing and vivid. These imaging techniques are beneficial to gain attention from the prospective buyers and develop their interests.

4) Give Viewers a Virtual Tour
A drone can help you capture the complete view of the property which gives the interested parties a chance to take a virtual tour of the place. You can also use additions such as background commentary mentioning the history and other information regarding the property. Such additions will make your virtual tours more interesting.

5) Increasing Customer Attention
Using latest advancements in technology makes your business look more attractive and increases the chances of getting more customers interested. Drones can help you share the compelling imageries with a greater number of potential customers and reduces the need for convincing them to show interest.

Bottom Line
If you are a real estate professional looking to grow your business you should consider using drone imaging to transform your business and witness extraordinary growth. However, it is recommended to take help from professional photography services since some skills are required to produce effective results using drones.

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