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I was a real estate broker for about 30 years (before drones were popular) and online property listings with videos have become common and aerial drone shots are just another promotional tool.
But with most promotional efforts it is best to get permission of the seller.
Are they required to by law? If not, they won’t.
Neighbors of the for sale property being videoed have privacy concerns about their yards being viewed but hopefully realtors will avoid including people.
It is a long-standing tradition to include comps and neighborhood info in listings as part of the location, location, location sales pitch.
In Texas a real estate company must have signed permission to before placing a sign in a person's yard but I am not aware of limits on drone videos.
That’s very nice and you proved my point. The properties are very isolated with a lot of space around the homes except in one case where I noticed other houses. The same kind of shot in a suburban area would show the yards of dozens of homes. It’s almost worse in a more isolated area where surrounding neighbors may have good reasons to want privacy. It seems very invasive to me.
Tablets are more modern than cameras.
I have a nice one I used to use all the time.