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Fly Above the Competition: How Aerial Photography Can Boost Your Real Estate Sales

Are you ready to take your real estate listings to new heights? As a real estate photographer, I know the secret to making a property stand out – showcasing it from above. In this post, I talk about how aerial photography can be a game-changer for your marketing campaign, and how it can help your listings stand out.

Despite the many benefits that aerial photography offers, many realtors still don’t use it for their everyday listings. Drone footage provides a unique and comprehensive perspective of a property, showing the layout and surrounding area in a way that traditional ground-level photography cannot match. This bird’s-eye view allows potential buyers to see the property’s size, layout, and location in a way that may not be apparent from ground level, making it easier for them to envision themselves living there.

Aerial photography can be especially advantageous for smaller properties in urban areas as it offers a unique perspective to showcase the property and its outdoor spaces, such as the yard, pool or gardens, in a different and more comprehensive way. It also highlights the surrounding neighborhood and its features, providing a greater sense of the area and its amenities.

Not only does it give your listings a competitive edge, but it’s also a budget-friendly alternative to traditional photography methods like hiring a photographer who’s also a professional tree climber. Just kidding, we prefer to keep our feet firmly on the ground.

In conclusion, if you are a realtor looking to distinguish your properties in today’s crowded real estate market, it is crucial to actively consider incorporating aerial photography in your marketing strategy. This approach can be beneficial not only for your rural and waterfront listings, but also for all other properties. Allow us to assist you in making your properties stand out in today’s competitive real estate market, from Kingston to Napanee, and Gananoque.

Photos taken by She Shoots Inc – New construction home built by Concord Homes