As a real estate developer, you’re constantly challenged with bringing a concept to life. From raw land and pre-development to construction and sales, we can assist with new technology as you adapt through the many stages of development.
Manzer can help with documenting progress through each phase of site development as a commercial drone pilot providing aerial video footage, photogrammetry and mapping.
As award winning video producers, we can also create videos to showcase your commercial real estate development, corporate image and sales presentations.
We build relationships through collaborative efforts to make sure your projects are noticed and your brand is recognized as a industry leader.
According to The National Association of Realtors, 73-percent of homeowners are more likely to list their home with Realtors that use video.
We produce Walkthrough Videos that give the potential buyer a view of your listing with compelling images that reach the emotional side of the buyer. It offers the perspective of a personal tour without being there.
Aerial images with Drones are also changing the buying and selling process by providing more visual information at a reasonable cost. Any opportunity you have to further educate the buyer to the property they're purchasing is a win-win for everybody.
With each photo shoot of your listing, we provide a FREE Floor Plan to add to your listing. This helps the potential buyer to see the flow of the house and how it would fit with their needs.
Manzer takes to the skies to help tell stories with images not achievable from the ground. I provide new kinds of affordable aerial filmmaking using the very latest Drone Photography and Video technology for capturing incredibly smooth, crystal clear aerials. The footage speaks for itself.
Manzer also helps real estate companies in Saint Louis tell their story to their target audience with video presentations. With over 30 years in the video/film business, I understand how to reach your audience with compelling images and message that open minds to your products or services.
It all begins by working together during the preproduction phase of your project by going through a Creative/Strategic Brief to best identify what the message will be. Drone photography/video
When you’re in need of a roof inspection, you have the option of a traditional inspection where a roofing expert climbs up on your roof and does a physical inspection, or a drone roof inspection which is completely “hands off.”
But, what’s the difference? Is there any benefit to getting a drone roof inspection over a traditional inspection? Let’s take a look.
Building professionals, contractors and building inspectors use a small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), aka a “drone” to inspect roofs today. These drones offer safety, speed and detailed images for reliable information.
The drone allows the inspector to examine the status of the roof structure covering materials, gutters, downspouts, vents, flashings, skylights, chimneys, and other roof penetrations while simultaneously capturing high-definition photos and videos.
Be sure to use an FAA certified drone pilot. It can save you $thousands in penalties.
Construction projects are often huge operations, with a lot happening over a large area. While building, visual information is the only way to know what’s happening on-site.
Project managers for construction companies will tell you that real-time control of the project is one of the most difficult things to maintain. Real-time control requires real-time data.
Typically, data is collected by construction personnel walking a site by foot, manually gathering information as they go. But this process is labor-intensive and slow, and doesn’t allow companies to react quickly to changes on the ground.
For example, after a big rain a site could have changed dramatically, rendering data collected the day before obsolete. If a potential problem on the site is missed for even a few days while a new report is created manually, the delay could result in significant setbacks, which could end up pushing the project over budget, sometimes by millions of dollars.
Now compare this to the speed and efficiency of using a drone in construction work instead.
With a 15-minute flight, a drone pilot can gather the same visual data that it might take a surveyor working for a construction company half a day to collect by walking on foot.