Benefits of Aerial Photography for Real Estate in Maryland

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Benefits of Aerial Photography for Real Estate in Maryland

Baltimore Maryland Aerial Photography Shot With Drone By Skycam Studios

As the modern home-buyer has evolved into a digital shopper, with statistics from ‘Digital House Hunt’indicating that 90% of home buyers have searched online during the home buying process and 28% have used their mobile phones, it is very clear that high quality photography is an essential component to selling real estate.

Benefits in the Air

Unfortunately regular ground photography is incapable of showcasing luxury property to its highest potential. For years real estate agents have patched this issue by resorting to aerial photography services reliant upon helicopter and small aircraft. Not only is this option very impractical economically but additionally the photographs and video taken are limited by poor stabilization, elevation and space inflexibility (these types of aircraft are incapable of flying at low altitudes and over certain terrain) and time. The birth of the drone has resolved the main issues with aerial photography for real estate by providing higher quality photography and video at a fraction of the cost of the previously available services.

Minutes to Takeoff

Within minutes of arriving at the location of a house, the drone can be airborne, perform multiple takes of a shot without being constrained by a limited fuel time, and reach any angle or altitude desired by the agent. Maryland is a place of beauty with homes that deserve to be showcased properly. We are able to travel nationwide.

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Finley Moreira

August 31, 2017 at 1:09 pm

I liked how you pointed out that drones make aerial photographer economically feasible while also producing higher quality photos. I’ve been doing some research, and the general consensus I’ve read is that homes with aerial photos as part of their listing sell quicker than those without. If I were a real estate agent, this would be a tool I’d want to utilize to it’s fullest potential to help increase the rate at which I sell homes.

Kylie Dotts

September 7, 2017 at 8:17 am

I like how you said that regular photography just doesn’t do some properties justice. Seeing something from the ground in part just wouldn’t be the same as seeing something in its totality from the air. I can see why aerial photography is a growing part of the real estate industry.