- Camera-toting remote-controlled drones are becoming a fixture in the marketing of high-end homes
- Halstead Property has marketed 200 homes using the modern technology in Connecticut, New York and New Jersey
A luxury real estate agency has turned to drone technology to reel in top buyers for a $6.1 million Connecticut mansion.
Halstead Property is one of a slew of high-end realtors who’ve begun using the remote controlled copters to capture the most captivating photos and video possible from inside and around America’s finest homes.
The five bedroom Greenwich, Connecticut estate is the most recent of some 200 homes Halstead has marketed using the technology.
Marketing drones: This $6.1 million Georgian-style Connecticut mansion has gotten the drone treatment. Luxury real estate firm Halstead Properties uses the technology to take video that creates an experience more than simply an impression