Real Estate Video
Statistics show that using video in marketing generates more inquires and increase reach when posted to social media, YouTube, and other channels.
- Professional Photography
- Background Music
- Branded Video
- Non-Branded Video
- Branded video uploaded directly to Zillow
Listing Presentation Flyer
Download and print out this FREE listing presentation flyer to include at your next listing presentation. Show potential sellers you use a Trusted Partner and set yourself apart from the competition! Available in our Agent Toolbox!
Drive Maximum Views to your Listing Using Video
New Listing Tour
With almost all home buyers shopping online and 26% of those looking for more information after viewing a video, it is more important than ever to utilize the unprecedented level of exposure that real estate video marketing can provide. Listing Marketing Pros will create a cinematic real estate video walk-through to work in tandem with your marketing.
Quickly and Easily Generate Interest
Full-Motion real estate video acts as a 24/7 Open House, saving you time and hassle. There is also no better way to quickly and easily create interest in you, your brand, and listing and allow potential buyers to fall in love with your listing just by watching from their computer or mobile device.
Grab the Buyer’s Attention
Video can create emotion and capture the charm of a home. It allows buyers to view the property multiple times allowing them to become captivated with the idea of living in it.
Increased Visibility by Sharing Online
By sharing your full-motion real estate video on your website, YouTube, or social media, your home’s visibility can quickly skyrocket. When combined with professional Real Estate Photography, video has shown to increase a properties inquires by a whopping 403% resulting in a faster sale! (siteefy.com)
Make Your Listing Stand Out
When potential buyers or renters are searching for a new home, video is a way to make your listings stand out from the crowd. Full-motion real estate video tours provide a life-like walk-through of your listing, which allows buyers to get a real sense of the home’s scale and flow.
Videos can be uploaded to your YouTube channel. Want even more exposure?
Share them across your website and social media.
93% of Marketers use video
Use video as part of every marketing strategy- from E-campaigns, to promotional items and sales. -93% of Marketers use video for online marketing, sales or communication” ( source). Simply including the word “video- in your e-mail’s subject line increases your open rate by 19% ( source). Take a moment and really take into consideration the number of people watching video ads per day: -33% of tablet owners watch one hour of video per day on their device- ( source); that is an overwhelming number of people capable of being reached, solely on their tablet.
Every property video is branded with your contact information so that you can share across multiple sites including Zillow increasing your exposure.
403% More Inquires
How does this apply to real estate marketing, and how do I use real estate video? The answer is simple. Video marketing is going to boost you into the next level of exposure. Professional photos are the first step, and an interactive real estate video is the next. Videos of your listing not only show potential buyers the overall feel and layout of the home, but they also intrigue and encourage them to inquire further.
Making an Impact Across the Globe
Video is absolutely taking over the playing held in terms of marketing strategy. “In June 2013, 85.2% of US internet users watched video and the total number of videos viewed reached 44 billion, a 7% increase from May” ( source). By 2017, 74% of all Internet traffic will be video ( source). The demand for entertaining and informative video marketing has skyrocketed in the past two years and is forecasted to continue doing so. “Media buyers are also increasing their budgets for online video by an average of 53%. As a result, the number of online video advertisements is growing rapidly with a 64% increase from 2012 to 2013”.