5 Benefits for Marketing your Home with Real Estate Drone Video

Dated: May 3 2019

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Why market your home with aerial drone footage? Because as a top real estate professional I know it's important to differentiate your home with some smart marketing and above average footage.

Here is my marketing using drone photography:

5 Benefits for Marketing your Home with Real Estate Drone Video:

1. Drone photography & videos has a novelty factor 
2. I can show off the entire proper
3. It allows me to capture the entire neighborhood
4. The perfect way to market land & large investment properties
5. Potentially Viral: people love to share real estate drone video

There is still a “wow” factor to drone videos and I don’t think that’s going away anytime soon. Since home buying is a largely emotional decision, novelty sells. Are you ready to have me market your home and get above average price?

Call me today and let's talk about how high above we can go!

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Kenneth Manesse

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