Here Is How You Can Make Your Own Real Estate Video

Larry Doss Monday, December 21, 2009

Your real estate website ranks the top in search engine listings. You have a good traffic into your site but that has not helped to convince your clients to do business with you. Is your content appropriate to the services you provide? Are you aware that technology has now advanced to enable the inclusion of pictures and videos on website??

Make your own real estate video to market the property you deal. Here are a few points to be taken care of while creating your own video.

Shooting a film is a talent. If you are new at filming, then before you film the actual real estate video shoot a few practice videos to make sure you are capable of filming on your own. If you still cannot handle the camera, hire a professional to do the filming. The real estate video you want to capture is high on speed but may be dry on substance. You have to ensure that this dry substance video relates to the content of your services offered.

Before you film the house, make sure the house is in good condition. You can begin your video with an introduction to your real estate agency and then offer a tour through the house. It is always ideal to begin from the street and walk your viewer into the house. The house you want to film is not a still image. You can show the house as being lively by allowing the curtains to flutter in the wind and by keeping the ceiling fans on. This will give your viewer a feel of the house. Cover all the rooms of the house in your guided video tour. You have to make sure you visit the most adorable room of the house at the end before you take your viewer out into the backyard.

Filming the property during dawn or dusk is ideal. The light during that time will give a homely feeling to your video. You can also include a complete coverage of the cabinets in the kitchen and any other areas if present. Your film is a million times better than your written description. Check if there are any parks near the house. You can include these places as well in your video. The sounds of chirping birds, playing children and an ice cream van will add more life to your video.

Since this is a professional video for marketing your real estate business, ensure that you include only those places and people who are going to play a role in marketing. You will not want to feature your Aunt Marge in the video. Make sure your video does not have any sounds or external noise that will distract your viewer. Before uploading the video, it is important to check if you have included all the features of the house and if the video gives a complete insight into the property.

For additional resources and information please visit the following sites.

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