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Real Estate video marketing statistics: the numbers
Does video really sell houses? The stats all point towards ‘yes’. Videos attract 300% more traffic for nurturing leads.
Real estate listings with video receive 403% more inquiries than their videoless counterparts.
85% of buyers and sellers want to work with an agent that uses real estate videos for marketing.
86% of homebuyers use video to research a particular community.
- 70% of homebuyers watch video house tours.
If you haven’t already, it’s time to get on the video bandwagon.
Real estate video marketing templates (and examples)
If you’re all set and ready to create your first video, start with an online real estate video maker—like Biteable—to create perfect real estate videos fast.
Nervous about getting on camera for the first time? Not confident in your video direction skills? No problem. Wipe those worries from your mind by working from one of our templates.
Create an informative and visually appealing video that helps buyers and sellers with their real estate troubles.
Hot tips to make your real estate video marketing sing
Here are a few tips that will help you create better videos and a better overarching video marketing strategy. That way you can make great real estate marketing videos and put them in the best place at the best time for maximum results.
- Be consistent. There’s no way for you to know when a potential client will be ready to buy or sell their house, so you’ll need to show up online every day. People need to see you before they’re ready for a real estate agent. That way, when it comes time to buy or sell a house, people will think of you first.
Make sure your real estate video software and production tools help you with this. If making videos is a long, challenging process, it’s hard to publish videos consistently.
- Focus on being different. If your videos look like all the other real estate videos, they simply won’t stand out, even if they cost thousands of dollars to produce. A unique and memorable idea could you can get tons of business with videos you shot on your phone.
Use your personality to your advantage. People like to connect with real people. Show your quirks, highlight your passions and hobbies, and people will resonate with your videos.
Basically: if you’re funny, use humor! If you’re a real estate nerd, be the real estate nerd!
Show yourself, because that’s what makes you different.
- Avoid selling all the time. There’s an old rule in sales: people hate the idea of being sold to. It’s a rule because it’s true.
Fortunately, there’s an easy way around this: don’t sell in every video.
Let people know how to get in touch with you when you can fit it in. But a majority of your videos should be helpful and entertaining video content that people find interesting, even if they’re not ready to buy or sell.
Be a reliable and fun source of information, and people will want to buy from you (and they’ll never feel like you sold to them).
Include a call to action. Although we just said to not sell all the time, you need to give people a way to become a client if they like your stuff. Always tell people how they can take the next step in the buying process with you.
- Focus on emotions. People make buying decisions emotionally and they justify those decisions with hard facts. Giving hard facts is useful, but it’s best if you inspire emotion first, then support that emotion with facts.
Appeal to the emotions that a client might feel after they buy a house: proud, excited, accomplished.
Or, think of the emotions that selling a house would inspire: relief, hope, anticipation.
Then use your hard facts to justify why someone would feel those emotions after closing a deal.
- Make a plan. Plan your video content in advance. That way you can make decisions about what your videos are going to be about ahead of time. When it comes time to make the video, you won’t get writer’s block (er, video maker’s block?).
Also, planning your videos enables you to promote videos before you post them, which is especially handy for house tour videos. This way you can build an audience for your house tour before you post it.
That said, keep your video posting schedule flexible. That way you can take advantage of spontaneous ideas whenever they strike.
- Repurpose your content for other platforms. Many people who use Facebook don’t use Instagram, and vise versa. The same goes for any other two platforms.
Post videos about the same topics on multiple platforms. The catch is that you should make a new video for each platform, even if the topic is the same. That way, you reach the most possible people, and the people who see your videos on multiple platforms won’t get annoyed by the same video over and over.
- Optimize your videos for search engines. Video is great for search engine visibility. However, you still need to do some video SEO to show up on the first page. That means including a relevant keyword in the title and adding in some keywords in your video description.
Make sure your thumbnail is eye-catching enough to stand out in search results. Lastly, encourage people to share your videos (that makes a great call-to-action, by the way). All this helps people find your videos organically when they search for real estate information.
- Add captions. First, captions are necessary for hearing-impaired viewers. However, most phones are sound impaired, because people put them on silent. Captions help people understand your videos and get value from them, even when they’re watching with the sound off.
Captions also help video platforms like YouTube understand your content, which improves your video SEO.
- Use YouTube tags appropriately. New YouTube creators forget about YouTube tags all the time. We’re going to help you avoid that mistake: tag your YouTube videos appropriately. Good tagging improves your SEO and helps YouTube properly display your video when people search for videos on YouTube.
These tips will improve any video you make. Of course, you’re probably still concerned about what to talk about in your videos. Don’t worry. We’ve got some real estate video ideas coming up next.
10 real estate video ideas (that you should be using)
Coming up with ideas for your videos is often the hardest part. With these ten ideas (and templates!), you can create an immense library of content. You could probably create consistent content using a rotation of just these ten ideas.
Real estate listing videos
Real estate videography pricing is quite high. And, when you consider that you can create most real estate marketing videos on your own, paying these prices is rather unnecessary.
Now, you’ll need a little bit of video equipment to shoot these videos (we’ll get to that further on). At the absolute top end of the real estate market, the cost of a professionally produced real estate video is often justified. But making your own listing videos is usually the most affordable way to show off your listings with video.
Here’s a quick rundown of how to make a real estate video tour:
- Use pictures or video. Even if you only have pictures of a listed property, you can still make a video, which is more convenient and memorable than swiping through pictures on a listing page.
Creating a tour with images reduces your equipment needs since you can use a camera without any video capabilities.
- Add a voiceover. Talk your way through the house, and give people all the information they need to know to make a buying decision. However, there’s no need to use any hard sell tactics in your video tours. Just be yourself, and give thorough listing information.
If you’re using images in your video, make a video of the image slideshow, and record your voiceover while you watch it. That way your voice over will match up with what the viewer sees.
Put the most important information on the screen. Use on-screen text to display the pertinent details like price, square footage, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and any other information about the listing that’s required for buying real estate.
- Move through the house the way people would move through it when they walk in. This is a simple method, but it works because it’s logical for the viewer. Imagine you live in the house, and that you’re coming home. Start your video at the front door, and go through the house the way that you would if you were coming home from work or from dinner.
Making a listing video is fairly simple. And, you can make video tours of houses you’ve already sold to show some proof that you can get the job done. This way, you get two marketing opportunities for every sale.
Post a listing video on all your social media channels and your YouTube channel as soon as the listing is confirmed. Then, you can repost or promote the listing if the price changes, you get a bite for the listing that doesn’t close the deal, or after the listing has been up for a few weeks.
There’s no need to make a new listing video for the same property if you’re simply promoting it again. That would get exhausting fast. Just link or repost your original video.
Lastly, keep your listing videos under about 3 minutes. 2 minutes is ideal. That way people are more likely to watch them on social media and other channels. Short listing videos are also useful for paid social media ads.
Here’s a great example of a concise listing video with a nice dash of stock footage.
360 videos are a great way to break all the rules of listing videos. Listing videos give a more immersive experience for the viewer, so they can get a real sense of what it would be like if they were standing in the house.
A word of caution: 360 videos require more expensive equipment than traditional videos (we’ll talk about gear soon). But, the investment can be more than worth it. Also, a 360 video should be a supplement to your regular listing video. 360 videos are longer than regular listing videos. This means fewer people will watch the whole thing. That means you don’t need to post a 360 video as soon as the listing is confirmed. Post your 360 video once you have it ready. It’s an opportunity to make another social media post and add more promotional content for the listing.
360 videos are great content for your website. And, they also make amazing social media posts, since they’re interactive. However, they can be difficult to use in paid ads.
Here’s a really good 360 walkthrough video to give you an idea of how they look.
Surprisingly, drone footage is rather affordable. This makes it an especially good value when you consider how unique drone videos are on social media and YouTube. They give potential buyers a look at the property that they can’t get anywhere else. Additionally, drone videos are ideal for large houses and pieces of land where a regular walkthrough video wouldn’t give viewers a good look at the property.
Drone videos are prime footage for your social media posts and YouTube channel. Drone footage also looks great and gets tons of attention in paid ads.
Here’s a gorgeous drone video to give you an idea of what’s possible.
Once you have your drone footage on your hard drive, use this real estate video template to make the most of it.
Introduce yourself or your team
People want to know who you are, not just what you do and what active listings you have. People like to buy from people. Knowing your passions, hobbies, and eccentricities helps people understand you on a deeper level. It’s a more human connection that makes you more memorable.
Your video introduction is great for your about page. But, they also work great as social media and YouTube videos.
Introduction videos are fairly evergreen, so you can keep the same introduction video until you make significant changes in your business or reach a new milestone. Also, whenever you add a team member, you get a free video idea out of it because the new team member needs an introduction.
Here’s a quick introduction video that hits all the points in under a minute and a half.
Talking about yourself can be hard, we understand. Use this template to organize your thoughts into a flawless introduction video.
If you’ve done any sort of marketing (we’re pretty sure you have), you know that testimonials are one of the best sales and marketing tools. The only thing better than a written testimonial is a video testimonial.
Video testimonials are easy and convenient to consume, and they’re great video content for any platform. You can post video testimonials on Facebook as standard posts or paid ads. And, create a video testimonials playlist for your YouTube channel.
Just be careful posting a lot of testimonials on your social media pages as standard posts. People recognize testimonials as a sales tool. So, too many testimonial videos can feel too much like selling all the time.
Use testimonials in your paid ads, if you want to keep showing them. Only use testimonials as a standard video post about as often as you close a deal. One last thing about testimonials: if you can get a client in for a formal interview, that’s great. But, you can also pull out your phone and ask a few quick questions right after the deal has closed to create a really spontaneous and authentic video testimonial.
You can also create a montage of testimonials like this one if you have a handful of testimonials to put together.
Use as many testimonials as you’d like, and create a convincing testimonial video with this template.
People buy the location as much as they buy the house. A home just isn’t perfect unless it’s in the perfect place.
Often, the location is more important than the property itself. Many buyers are willing to compromise on the property, but not the location. Information about the neighborhood is incredibly valuable to buyers.
A great way to show people around the area through videos is to interview important people in the area. Start by interviewing all the school principals in the area. Then interview local restaurant owners. And, keep going.
If you live near the area, you can post reviews of your favorite places. Even if you don’t live in the area, you can share things like crime rate data and job opportunities.
These videos make great social media posts and especially YouTube videos. And they’ll be relevant until the people you interviewed move to new positions or the businesses change, so you can post neighborhood guide videos as often as you’d like. And, they’ll stay relevant for quite a while.
Even though it’s not from a real estate agency, this video about a neighborhood in New York does a great job of showing off the vibe of the area.
You can create an equally impressive neighborhood overview with this template, even if you’re not a professional video journalist.
Facebook Live and YouTube Live are amazing ways to create authentic, personal content and expand your reach to new audiences. Facebook Live offers some of the best organic reach on the platform, and YouTube Live makes your channel a place to go for fun and educational online events.
Also, live videos are more intimate because they’re unscripted. And, that vulnerability creates a more personal connection. Also, the audience can directly interact with you, which adds direct and immediate communication to the experience. Live videos are perfect for announcing a sale or new listing, quickly reviewing a recently opened business, sharing local news, or hosting a live Q&A with your audience.
Live videos are quick to produce because you can do them off-the-cuff, often with just your smartphone — so it’s easy to do spontaneous live broadcasts. You should also schedule a live broadcast every week. That way you can promote the broadcast beforehand to gather a larger audience.
Once your broadcasts are complete, you can save the video and upload it as a post on Facebook or a YouTube video. But, rather than just posting the raw video, you may want to edit the broadcast. That way you give the people who showed up for the live show a more unique experience.
This guy did a great live Q&A video. Notice how raw and unplanned it is. But he still gives relevant information to help people get in touch with him.
If you’d like to edit your recorded live video before you post it, use this presentation template to make your video flow smoothly.
Create regular real estate market updates. The goal is to become a reliable source of real estate information for potential clients. This builds trust with new clients before they even reach out to you.
You need to create a monthly real estate market update video. Post it on all your social media channels, and create a YouTube playlist for your market updates. Use your market update videos to share trends, interest rate changes, government policy changes, real estate opportunities, and anything else that you know that would benefit potential clients.
Timing is important in real estate. But, most people aren’t sure what they need to now to take action at the best time. Your monthly market update may be the thing that gives potential buyers the confidence to act. And, they’ll turn to you when they do. Here’s a great real estate market update that focuses on trends.
Your video can be shorter than this if you want. Use a simple presentation template to keep your monthly update videos organized.
How-to’s and tips
Plenty of realtors say they take time to understand the needs of their client. But, how-to’s and tips help show your audience that you really know what they need. If a potential client, and you answer it, you confirm to them that you’re a thought leader in the real estate space, who can be trusted.
Here are some ideas for how-to’s and tips videos:
- List videos. Things like “5 mistakes buyers and sellers make” and “3 things all successful realtors have in common” are perfect for helping people get the information they need while positioning yourself as the ideal real estate agent.
You can spin these list videos any way you want. But, make sure it’s always valuable to the client.
How to prepare your house to sell. Many people just aren’t sure what they need to do before they sell their house. If they’re looking for this information, they’re also looking for a realtor. So this is profitable video content.
How to buy a house or how to sell a house. These two are huge things that you can break down into smaller, more specific topics. Then, make a video for each specific topic. It’s a gold mine of video content.
- Home improvement tips and advice. Making improvements to a home is the best indicator that someone will sell their house within the next 18 months. These videos attract an incredibly valuable audience. And these videos put you on people’s minds when they finish improving and are ready to sell.
These are just a few things that people will find helpful. Use your expertise and ask previous clients what questions they had before they contacted you to come up with even more ideas for helpful videos.
Real estate how-to videos are especially powerful on YouTube because learning how to do things is one of the most popular uses for YouTube. Tips videos are better on social media because they’re usually shorter. However, you should post all your helpful videos on both social media and YouTube. Just make sure to create a how-to playlist on YouTube, and use “how-to” in the titles. And, post some helpful content on social media at least three or four times a week.
The best way to get started on this one is to go out and look at other real estate videos. Then, do something different.
Now, this doesn’t mean ignoring the needs of your audience. But, a lot of real estate marketing videos look the same. Think of ways to produce real estate content without doing what everyone else is doing.
Put your personality into your videos, connect your passions and hobbies to your real estate video marketing, and create a new combination that no one has seen yet.
Your creative, fun videos are your daily bread and butter. You can make short daily videos of things you do every day in your real estate business. Or create a unique theme for announcing every sale you make.
No matter what you come up with, remember that different is better than better. To get an idea of what we’re saying, check out this radical realtor introduction video that looks and sounds different than anything we’ve shown you so far.
Here’s a template for a video from a completely different industry to help you break the real estate video marketing mold.
Strategies for your real estate social media
Social media for real estate agents follows most of the rules that apply to other industries. First, we’ll talk about the global guidelines, then we’ll talk about real estate specific strategies.
Keep most of your videos short. Research has shown that 2 minutes is the optimum length for video on social media.
There are two notable exceptions here: live broadcasts and Facebook organic. Your live broadcasts should be longer than 10 minutes because it takes several minutes for your audience to arrive. Facebook organic posts need to be longer than 3 minutes to avoid being punished by the algorithm (this is a recent Facebook change).
There’s a lot of research about when to post on social media, but the overarching trend is that posting between 8AM and 12 noon gets the highest engagement. And, posts on the weekends always get less engagement than weekday posts. If you don’t post videos every day, then you should post your videos on weekday mornings.
You should post a video every day if you can (and you can easily post a video every day if you make your videos with Biteable).
But if you can’t post a video every day, concentrate on the weekdays, and establish a video posting schedule. That way your followers can anticipate your videos and look for them.
Any of the ten real estate video ideas we mentioned earlier are fit for social media posts and YouTube videos. With paid ads, things get a bit more restrictive. Stick with these videos in your paid ads:
- Drone videos
- Short video testimonials
- Market updates
- How-to’s and tips
Use your short videos in your paid ads. The 2-minute rule is especially important in paid ads, so keep it concise.
Now, here are a few strategies that are especially effective for real estate agents:
- Always respond to comments. Social media engagement is only good if you actually engage with your audience. Respond to all the comments on your videos!
The exception here is abusive comments. You have no obligation to engage with bullies and internet trolls.
Keep in mind that you’re connecting with people who are not first-time buyers. People who regularly buy and sell real estate are some of the most valuable clients. Make sure you’re producing some content for experienced real estate buyers.
- Remember your existing clients. It’s easy to get caught up trying to get new clients. But, remember that your current clients need help, too. And, they look at your social media profiles and YouTube channel. Create some content to help people in the middle of the buying process or after the sale has closed to get more referrals and repeat clients.
That’s it. Follow these strategies and you’ll be dominating the real estate industry with video in no time.
Crafting your real estate video ads like a pro
When it comes time to set up and run your real estate video ads on Facebook, the whole process can be broken down into four major actions.
1. Identify your ideal client.
The Facebook algorithm is powerful. But, you must know who you want to see your ads before you can take advantage of Facebook’s ad targeting. Before you even think of running Facebook ad campaigns, think of who you serve with your real estate business.
2. Build targeted audiences.
This is where you take advantage of Facebook’s advanced targeting capabilities. Facebook has a ton of advanced targeting options. However, these are the best audience parameters to use for real estate video ads:
- Geographic region.
You can build audiences manually, or learn how to use the Facebook pixel to target the most qualified audience.
3. Use video.
We’ve proven that video performs better than images. And real estate is a very visual industry, where video offers tons of opportunities to show your stuff. Plan your videos on Facebook to create a three-stage funnel that helps people move from prospect to client. These are the three stages:
Educate. Use video to demonstrate your real estate knowledge and give people information that helps them understand and make better real estate decisions. Use your neighborhood guides, market updates, how-to’s and tips, and Facebook Live broadcasts at this stage of your Facebook funnel.
Showcase. Create videos that showcase your listings and your happy clients. This is where your real estate listing videos, 360 videos, drone videos, and testimonials are ideal. Adjust your videos to target both buyers and sellers.
- Remind. Retarget people who have interacted with your ads before. Remind them why you’re the best realtor in your area with video testimonials from winning clients.
If you build this funnel, you’ll get the best ROI from your Facebook video marketing.
4. Running campaigns.
When you’re ready to start running Facebook campaigns, follow a few simple fundamentals to make your campaigns successful.
- Prioritize the Facebook ads manager over boosted posts. The ads manager gives you more control over your ads and will help you get better long-term results.
- Use Facebook Live to reach more people for free. Facebook Live gets more organic reach than almost any other type of video on Facebook. The more often you do live broadcasts, the more likely it is that new people will see your videos.
- Choose the right objective. If you use the wrong objective, you’re essentially trying to achieve one goal, while telling the Facebook algorithm that you want to achieve another. Make sure your objectives for each campaign align with what you want that campaign to do.
Here’s how to set your objectives:
- Use awareness objectives for your educational videos.
- Use consideration objectives for your showcase videos.
- Use conversion objectives for your reminder videos.
The best real estate video ads on the net
We’ve rounded up some of the best real estate videos we can find to show you what’s possible in real estate video marketing and help you create a vision for your own real estate videos.
Laura McDonald did something different with this pre-listing video that’s a unique hybrid of an introduction video and a listing video.
Most drone videos are expansive, high-altitude footage. However, this video shows how you can use drone footage for close-in shots that show the depth and space of a property.
Multiple testimonial video
This video is a brilliant example of a testimonial video with testimonials from multiple clients. Keep in mind that each of these clients could be used for their own testimonial video. So, you can leverage your testimonial interviews for a lot of video content.
Personal introduction video
This introduction from Jillian Allen shows her personality and capitalizes on the fact that the real estate business is all about people helping people.
Competitive highlight video
If you have something that separates you from other realtors, show how that difference benefits your clients. Check out how everything in this video—from what he’s saying to the music—is different than most real estate videos.
Spontaneous funny walkthrough
Victor Espinoza does an impromptu walkthrough of a friend’s house and makes jokes about things he needs to fix to make it sellable.
Not all of your videos need to be directly real estate related. Some of your videos can be almost entirely about showcasing your personality. This realtor created his own fake TV show that makes the most of his sense of humor.
Hilarious house listing
Don’t be afraid to use humor to differentiate your staple real estate videos. All real estate agents need to create listing videos, so the Terreri Team created a unique property listing video that’s informative, but shareable enough to get a lot of free exposure.
Best real estate video equipment for realtors
You don’t need much video equipment to shoot your own real estate videos. Your phone most likely shoots in HD or 4K. Authenticity beats production value any day. However, if you want to take your video quality to the next level, feel free to invest in some tech.
Here are our recommendations, to save you the time of digging through camera specifications and reviews.
Best full-frame camera for realtors
The Canon EOS 5D Mark VI Full Frame DSLR Camera is your best bet if you prefer a full-frame camera. It captures 4K video, and it handles low light shooting extremely well. This means you can get great images and footage, even in poorly lit areas.
Best compact camera for realtors
The Fujifilm X-T20 is a solid compact camera that packs a lot of performance into a small frame. It’s capable of capturing 4K video. And, it offers exceptional dynamic range for the price. Additionally, the JPEG color quality is excellent. This camera will help you get gorgeous images and 4K footage for a much lower price than most professional cameras.
Best 360 camera
You’ll need a camera and some additional kit to shoot 360 videos. Here’s the setup we recommend:
This setup is perfect for shooting high quality 360 real estate videos. The camera captures 4K 360 video, and the additional hardware makes the process hands-free. So you can be a host in your own 360 video.
Best real estate drone
Shooting drone footage in-house can reduce your real estate video production costs substantially. And, you don’t even need to be a drone pilot. Drones can be a bit pricey. But, the DJI Mavic Air Fly More Combo is reasonably priced. And it comes with everything you need to shoot real estate drone videos: drone, 4K camera, and spare parts — so there’s no need to research cameras or find the additional kit you need.
Best apps for real estate agents
Your real estate marketing tools can make or break your time management and productivity. In the end, that means that a few real estate apps could be the difference between hitting your growth goals and falling short.
Here are some apps that can make it much easier to manage your business:
- Premier Agent Premier Agent is a real estate customer relationship management app that helps you manage your business on your phone. The app generates lead insights, schedules emails and meetings, and manage leads from multiple sources.
- RPR Mobile RPR Mobile is a property research app that fetches market and property statistics, and creates branded reports for you. The app also shows “distressed properties.” These are properties with owners that have fallen behind on their payments. It’s a handy tool for getting properties at sub-market prices.
- Docusign If you still require clients to sign paper documents, you’re behind the times. Docusign enables you to get official documents signed digitally. Docusign is basically a business necessity in today’s digital world. A signature maker is becoming more and more a commodity for businesses.
- Canva Canva is perfect for creating branded images and graphics. Canva is the easiest way to make all the visuals you need for social media marketing. And, you can do it all on your phone.
- Buffer Managing your social media presence can be time consuming. Buffer enables you to create a social media calendar and schedule posts. The app can automatically make posts for you, so you can set it and forget it.
- Filmic Pro The default app on your phone is enough for most of your real estate video needs. However, if you’ve got some videography knowledge and want to adjust things like the white balance, ISO, and other advanced settings, Filmic Pro is an ideal app for shooting like a pro. Then, upload your professional footage to Biteable to edit like a pro, too.
Just this handful of apps can help you get more done and take your real estate marketing to the next level.
Real estate video maker
If you’re looking for a real estate video maker, Biteable is everything you need. It’s an intuitive video editor that you can use right in your browser. There’s nothing to download or install. Just navigate to Biteable in your browser.
In addition to the user-friendly and accessible video editor, Biteable also offers hundreds of free templates for any industry (including real estate!), miles of free animated text, and free music for real estate videos.
It’s everything you need to make any video you can imagine. Create testimonial videos, real estate listing videos, how-to’s and tips videos, and all your other real estate marketing videos with just an internet connection.
Best real estate YouTube channels
Hungry for more knowledge? Check out these YouTube channels to become a real estate video marketing master.
Think Media Think Media was a major source of inspiration for this article. Think Media produces a ton of great videos that show you how to do the best real estate video marketing and help you build all-around video marketing skills.
Tom Ferry Tom Ferry is a real estate coach who knows what he’s doing. He was another useful source of information for this article. His channel covers real estate video marketing, and improving every other aspect of your real estate business.
Graham Stephan Graham Stephan is a long time real estate agent and investor who now produces tons of content to help those who want to get into the real estate business as either realtors or investors. His channel offers excellent real estate industry advice and education.
Loida Valasquez Loida Valasquez is as real estate professional who’s built a huge subscriber base through her impressively varied content. Her channel is excellent for getting video ideas.
Brian Casella Brian Casella is a Southern California real estate agent who has mastered the art of combining your passions with your business. He’s a car enthusiast who has infused his real estate video marketing with his love for cars. His channel is a perfect example of how to use your personality to stand out.
That’s a wrap for our real estate video marketing guide. If you’re looking to keep stepping up your real estate video game, head over to the Biteable blog for more articles like this one that will help you top your brain off with real estate knowledge.