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Drone Photography for Luxury Homes | A Bird’s Eye View

Enhancing Client Communication with Today’s Technology

by Chloe Elliot

In areas as awe-inspiring as Jackson Hole, Big Sky, Whitefish it can be difficult to imagine anything but being in person to capture the true beauty of these wild and wandering places.

Sarkela CorporationPalm Beach, FL
Quilter ConstructionPark City, UT

However, from high up in the mountains near the Grand Tetons to down in the valleys, this western region’s geography and seasonal weather can pose a real challenge when communicating with clients about specific projects, which is where today’s technological era comes into play.

Advancements in aerial drone videography and photography capture these vast places better than we often can with our own eyes. They do so in real-time from anywhere to anyone, recording important moments and informative milestones for generations to come. Imagine using this technology to enhance client communication in ways you had not previously thought of.

Michael Doty AssociatesSun Valley, ID
Wilden DevelopmentOkanagan, BC
307 Imperial RoofingJackson Hole, WY
Mountain Alarm Fire & SecurityJackson Hole, WY
Benchmark BuildersJackson Hole, WY
Land EscapesBend, OR

Provide live updates of a home build, survey property that is inaccessible by land, map out an aerial blueprint of an expansive vision, capture the impressive results of a finished project, and most of all, evoke a sense of connection between the client and the project, all with the touch of a button.

Technology has become a necessary and expected element of our daily lives. We have become accustomed to client communication through various mediums: phone calls, emails, and video calls, so why not add another compellingly powerful technology to the mix? Mastering this medium takes practice and skill, but the end result is worth it.

With the GrainJackson Hole, WY
Ward I Blake ArchitectsJackson Hole, WY

To incorporate this effective technology, one must first become a certified drone pilot through the Federal Aviation Administration. From there, the permits and requirements depend on the area where the drone will fly, but one thing is for sure, the ability to view projects and property from a never before seen vantage point brings an element to the table that clients will soon come to seek and expect. Incorporating today’s drone technology enhances communication, and records the progress of the build.

Drewett WorksScottsdale, AZ

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