It’s not a bird or a plane. That buzzing overhead in your neighborhood could be a drone.
The unmanned aerial aircrafts’ newest mission is to capture the most attractive views of U.S. soil. Whether for business or pleasure, more Americans are buying drones like a hobby toy and grabbing sweeping shots from above.
“It’s given people a vision that only the birds and the planes have had before,” said Jason Wilson, owner of the Dewey skimboard shop Alley-Oop and Realtor at Dewey Vacation Rentals.
Wilson has used drones to film skim competitions but is looking at how they could give a different perspective for real estate.