Kiama & Wollongong Drone & Aerial Photography & Video


 
 
 

Technology has changed every aspect of how we live our day to day lives so it’s no surprise that it has changed the way we look at real estate just as much. Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are increasingly being used to provide a better overview not just of the property, but also of the surrounding area which is especially useful in beach side areas.

Telling the story of your home, really communicating the key points is vital to selling your property well.  What was once restricted to cameras on poles or expensive shoots from helicopters can now be achieved far more efficiently and cost effectively. While other aircrafts are restricted from flying lower than 500 feet above built-up areas, drones can get up close and personal to the property for a much more integrated experience. I have the ability to hover and tweak angles, which gives me an opportunity to really perfect those shots and make sure it’s right. It’s a lot more intimate than footage shot from a helicopter.

With aerial photography you can instantly demonstrate the size of the block and where the home sits on the property. Drone aerials allow you to paint a wider picture, providing buyers with a perspective of where the property is located within the neighbourhood, proximity to parks, public transport, shops and schools and other features that would attract a buyer to a listing.

Selling a house can be a stressful process at the best of times, so adding an extra layer of technology helps give you peace of mind that you’ve done everything possible to ensure you get the best results.

Not only for selling houses, drones have become a vital tool in the construction/development industry to be able to provide quick progress images to a client to give them an overview of how their project is progressing without having to make a trip to the site themselves.

Now you can track of the progress of your ongoing construction project with a set of cost-effective progress drone photographs. Whether you're reporting to stakeholders or monitoring the overall completion levels of a project, an aerial drone perspective is a resource that can be used for decision-making, information gathering and strategic planning.