Drone photography has become a popular tool for REALTORS® to market their properties for sale. In the past year I have used drone photography on a number of my listings. These photos bring the texture of the lot topography and the home together. Here is a variety of properties which I have marketed with pictures from a drone.
2401 Calloway Ct in Frederick, Md is located in Whittier with a panoramic view of the Catoctin mountains and Historic Frederick from the rear deck and patio.
4605 Iris Ct in Monrovia, Md is a large estate property with a pond and large garage / shop building on 7 + acres.
5701 Carnoustie Place is located in the Fairways at Holly Hills on a cul-de-sac lot backing to the golf course.
A recent sale on Beall Drive is a small 5 acre farmette which included a large detached garage, barn and fenced pastures for animals.
9519 Pocono Ct which sold in less than 1 week has a large 10+ acre lot and detached pole barn building.
Agriculture properties such as this recent sale in Middletown is ideal to use drone photography. It shows the lay of the land , out buildings, pastures and the pond on this picturesque farm.
If you plan to use drone photography make sure you use a professional who knows what they are doing. In our Market place there are many areas with restricted air space, such as Camp David, the local airport and military base. These are just a few of the locations a drone is not permitted to fly near. The photographer I use has said there are a few bad apples using drones who are highlighted in the news that could spoil this great tool to market property for everyone.