155 Hounds Chase Drive - Asheville Drone



Real Estate is definitely the first one that comes to mind, regarding aerial drone photography applications. The impact of aerial photography and video on residential and commercial Real Estate is growing daily. When someone looks at a property or business as a potential purchase, every angle counts. Realtors and owners are always trying to find new and innovative ways to catch the attention of a potential buyer. With aerial photographs and video of your property, your chances of grabbing attention skyrockets (literally).


In this new world we live in (COVID 19 with social distancing and people reducing their interest in even general outings), advanced and immersive advertising tools become essential for attracting buyers. This is where Skywalker Air comes in. We offer both aerial still photography in HD, HD Raw, and HD Super-Res, with video in HD 1080p or 4K resolution. Add in additional services such as video editing, photo touch-up, color grading, titling services, as well as music to fit the feel and tone of your project, and you have a complete package available at your fingertips. 

Why use real estate drone photography?

"Using aerial photography for real estate creates visual intrigue about a home and is especially valuable for the price. According to Multiple Listing Service statistics, properties with accompanying aerial imagery are 68% more likely to sell than properties without aerial imagery, and that number is only increasing. 

Zillow Premier Agents can use aerial real estate photography to show potential buyers a variety of details, including:

  • Encompassing aerial views of the entire property and land

  • The condition of the roof and other property features that can be difficult to assess

  • What the drive home or the kids’ walk to school looks like

  • The neighborhood and surrounding area, including the home’s proximity to amenities

  • Civic developments or local improvement districts that are supported by the buyer’s property taxes

  • Property maps and surveys"