Using video helps to sell more homes!
According to the National Association of Realtors, 73% of sellers would choose a real estate agent who could market their property with video. Combined with the incredible power of video marketing, the real estate videos became the norm that no real estate professional should ignore.
common types of real estate videos
1. Listing and virtual walk-through videos
2. Neighborhood and community overview videos
3. Agent profile videos
4. Testimonial videos
5. Real estate advice and market overview videos
Choose fitting music to amplify your message 💡
Choose music that goes along with the property, the target demographics, and the type of the video you’re creating. Think, how do you want the viewers to FEEL when they watch your video? Comforted? Excited? Alert? Below are some ideas to get you started.
Music with professional business feel
Calm, conservative background music with light motivational business feel helps to set professional tone without drawing too much attention to the soundtrack. Use in lower budget city properties video listings, agent profile videos, and market research videos.
Comforting music for family buyers
Warm, comforting music with inviting, feel-good tone is great for family house type of video listings.
Relaxing music for retirement properties
Use serene, soothing music to make emotional connection with the buyers looking for relaxing, stress-free retirement community.
Classy music for upscale properties
Classical or elegant, high style soundtrack can help to gain trust and interest of high profile buyers looking for top notch offers.
Modern upbeat music for hip city properties
City living is all about excitement! Get your prospective buyers attention with modern upbeat soundtrack.
Exciting music for trendy and fun locations
Some places are just too much fun to use a conservative, mild soundtrack. Give your videos some character!
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