Drones/UAVs--What REALTORS Need to Know in 2019 - Free Event at WeMAR

REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND BROKERS DON’T MISS THIS EVENT

REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND BROKERS DON’T MISS THIS EVENT

About this Event

The business of drones is expected to be a multi-billion dollar industry in the next few years, and it is starting to have a significant impact in some key business sectors. The real estate industry is at the top of that list when it comes to businesses poised to take advantage of this emerging technology.

The FAA changed all of the rules in the Fall of 2016 when it comes to the use of drones. We created a workshop tailored explicitly to agents and brokers to help them understand these opportunities, the new rules as they apply to the real estate market, and how to take advantage of these new rules to sell listings faster.

This powerful workshop outlines:

  • The opportunities these rule changes create for you 

  • The specific FAA Drone rules/laws that apply to you 

  • Why you may be in the best position in 2019 to take advantage of the new FAA rules to sell more listings and sell them faster by using drone videos plus HDR aerial photos 

  • How one local REALTOR® sold a listing in 1 day using a drone aerial HDR photos 

  • How and where to use a drone video and HDR aerial photography for marketing a listing and rising above the competition (pun intended). 

  • How  you can create drone videos themselves (legally) and five great tips to help them succeed when doing this on their own 

  • How to hire a professional drone pilot, what to expect and how to choose the right pilot to work with 

  • How to tap into Facebook’s hidden database of homebuyers to help you use your drone video and HDR aerial photos to sell your listings faster 

This workshop clears up all the misinformation surrounding the use of drones in the real estate industry. It covers everything agents and brokers need to know, now that the FAA has released the new Part 107 Rules, and finally allows them to make an informed decision about the use of drone videos in their businesses.