10 million drones were sold worldwide last year, that number is expected to nearly triple by 2021
Drone industry value was estimated at $3.3 billion in 2015; by 2025, it’s expected to be $90 billion
NAR reports that the interest in using drones for marketing is already pervasive: 44% of members either use drones for marketing (14%), report that someone in their office uses drones for marketing (12%), or plan on using drones for marketing (18%).
Drones have transformed real estate marketing when it comes to listing a property. Overall, the impact of drones has made Aerial Photography a commonplace. Soon, most sellers may request it for their property listings.
Skystance being a Drone service provider in UAE has always listed real estate promotion as one of the main services.
Being in a huge market like Dubai its way lot challenging for Developers and real estate agents.
As more real estate agents start to use drone photography and videos to sell homes, buyers will increasingly expect to see these kinds of views during their home search. Sellers, knowing how visually satisfying and informative this media can be for buyers, want to hire agents who have experience with this technology. If anyone can show sellers that they can get the benefits of Aerial drone photography, they may be more likely to contract with them.
Utilizing technology into the buying and selling of homes is just part and parcel with the business as a real estate agent. Drones are the flagship of the next generation of tools that can make it easier to sell a home by showing off its best features. The increasing interest in this technology, and the advantages for using drones, indicate that people who use drones for real estate will find ways to effectively rise above the competition.
Drone Photos like the above is enough that you can “wow” sellers when you show them during a listing presentation
Other than Drone photography and videography real estate agents also use drone technology for the Surveying of a property, which provides them measurements with relative and absolute accuracies.
Drone survey is very efficient compared to the traditional methods, with lot of heavy equipment’s. A drone can finish surveying kilometres of land in a day.
Drone survey are done basically by creating a map of the land by stitching geotagged nadir images of the land taken by a drone during its flight.
Below is a map processed and created using a drone.