Drone Photos, Videos Help Showcase Ten-X Properties

| April 22, 2016

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Once the stuff of campy sci-fi movies and clandestine military operations, aerial drones are fast becoming a staple of the real estate industry.As remote controlled aircraft equipped to snap still photos or shoot video in midair, drones provide obvious benefits to anyone looking to sell a commercial property, such as capturing nearby water, beaches, hills, forests, and other visually appealing elements.“Where a ground photo might show too much parking lot or sky, an aerial shot can show the entire property from an improved perspective,” said Ten-X Managing Photo Editor Jeffrey Kroeze. “You really get the full scope.”

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