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Drones Offer Promise in Real Estate—Once Rules are Out

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  1. Remote-controlled model aircraft are perfectly legal to use for both pleasure and profit, right now. The FAA is simply “claiming” it’s illegal. However, there exists no statute, regulation or case law to back up its claim. See: dronelawjournal.com for more information.

  2. Henry Silverio

    The only people that have weaponized drones and spied on their neighbors is our government. They are the ones who gave drones a bad name. Civilians use them for positive uses like agriculture, inspecting oil derricks, and mapping. Commercial drones are being used in Europe right now and have been for years and so far there has not been one instance that I am aware of that involved a terrorist with a drone. Video and camera drones will be important tools in our industry in the very near future and so far, only governments use them to kill and spy.

  3. You truly can beat a property youtube video with some drone shots.. check out our latest listing in Hermosa Beach, CA – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvZyjD03mrE

  4. Great potential for real estate, but I see a lot of potential for some mischief as well with drones.

  5. They aren’t very cost effective and require some technical ability, but the results are very cool… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMZ9iRekoR0

  6. Balloons are OK— why not drones with a limit on altitude? The view from 100 feet is amazing and for some properties it makes a lot of sense. Check out this drone video
    http://youtu.be/6vVdbagSBLM

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