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3224 Saint Mikala Court, Twinsburg, Ohio 44087

3224 Saint Mikala Court, Twinsburg, Ohio 44087

Outstanding home -- Outstanding value! It has a host of builder upgrades & sits on a .56 acre cul-de-sac lot. There is a side entry 3-car attached garage, vaulted & voluminous ceilings, a stunning & very open floor plan with warm decor, stately columns, crown moldings, 5" trim, large rooms, & a grand & elegant feel. It is ideal for entertaining. The home has maple wood floors through much of the 1st floor, a huge eat-in Kitchen with cinnamon-stained maple cabinets, granite countertops, a center island breakfast bar that seats 4 people, stainless steel appliances, large dinette, and warm Tuscan-style walls. There's also a Sun Room adorned with columns that leads to the yard, a Family Room with stone covered gas Fireplace, grand 2-story Foyer, formal Dining Room adorned with columns at its entrance, formal Living Room/Piano Room with French doors to another Sun Room, Den with French doors, 1st floor Laundry Room with granite countertops, front & rear staircase, huge 2nd floor Owners Suite with vaulted sitting room & dual walk-in closets, a Glamour Bath, 4 additional bedrooms all with walk-in closets, a Jack-n-Jill Bath, 2 En-Suite Baths, & a finished lower level with Theater Room, Family Room, Full Bath, Exercise Room, & more!

10 Reasons to Market Your Listings with Video

     With the emerging popularity of online video, what real estate agent wouldn't want at least a little bit of video attached to their listing? There are more then a few reasons why you would want video and not many reason why you wouldn't. Photos are great and engaging text content is equally important, but nothing may quite tell the story the way a video can. A video can truly give you the power to reach anyone.  

Aerial Imagery used to capture a sprawling property of this lovely Ohio home. 

Aerial Imagery used to capture a sprawling property of this lovely Ohio home. 

Here are the Top 10 reasons to have a video made specifically for your listing.

#10 YouTube is the #2 Search Engine in the WORLD! 

After Google, YouTube the biggest search engine. 3 billion people search YouTube for recipes, comedy, products and properties a month.  Be sure to have a great hd property tour of your listing so you can be sure that you are doing all that you can for your customer. When you incorporate aerial footage into your listing, it really gives a cinematic effect that is sure increase interest. If you don't have a property video you're missing out on potential buyers. Please see the infographic from Mushroom Networks about the impact that YouTube has on the internet.  

#9 Other Agents will become familiar with your home 

There is no real way that an agent can become familiar with all the listings that are on the market at any given time. By incorporating video into your listing, you are at least providing the opportunity for other agents to get intimate with your home. The agents have the buyers who are ready to go NOW! And they only want to suggest properties to their clients that they are confident they will like. A well made video saves the agent a trip to preview your property (whenever they can fit it into their schedule). You won't have to ready your home for the agent to tour it to see if it will meet their clients expectations, and the agent can send your property to their clients right away with confidence.


#8 Homes with videos are proven to increase interest 

The saying goes "a picture is worth a thousand words" and cliché rebuttal to that is "well then how many is a video worth". It is fair to say that both are just as valuable. However, photographs aren't able to capture the inspiration that a property has as well as video can, especially aerial video for that matter. Once the viewer is engaged in your video, they will know whether it is for them or if it isn't. 

#7 Hiring a experienced video team will instantly make you look like a marketing genius and a consummate professional

The service at Aerial Agents was put in place to fill a void within the marketplace. There are always so many nice homes on the market and sometimes the listings include less then desirable photos that were taken with an iPhone! That leaves a Real Estste agent no room to consider themselves a marketing professional. Investing in video with boost your sales rate, your reputation and your perceived intelligence. After all, People who are trying to sell their home are trusting you with their most valuable asset. 

#6 You Will Be Forced To Get Your Home 100% Showing Ready

Your listing video has the potential to inspire dreams! There's something that's a little more fun about getting your home ready for its film debut then getting it ready for some strangers to tromp through it. Grab onto that spark of cinematic inspiration and make your house its best version of itself. Think of it as a movie set and declutter, brighten with lamps and by removing (if only temporarily) light blocking window dressings. Do that at the beginning and you'll be able to keep it that way. It won't be such a drag to get ready when those strangers do show up to tromp through. Staging early will help with the video, the photos, and SHOWINGS!

#5 The Service Won't Break the Bank

I can't speak for every company that offers real estate videos, but at Aerial Agents we offer packages that start at $400 that includes exterior video (ground and aerial perspectives) and interior video. This package also includes photos and a flyer designed specifically for that listing.

#4 Easy to Share

Now that every online video comes with a share function, It allows for increased audience sizes that would have otherwise never been seen, liked or shared. 

#3 It's easy to Persuade People with Video

It is one thing to write down the reasons why someone should buy the house you are selling. But, it is quite another to actually see the way the house is laid out. Using video is your opportunity to truly show off everything your listing has to offer. 

#2 Flatter Your Customer! 

Nothing says "I Care" like putting your all into making your customer happy. When you order a video to be made of their house, It's gets exciting for them almost like they are living in "The Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" Robin Leach voiceover not included.  

#1 Views of Properties With Video Tours are 10-1 Over Properties Without Videos

It's a FACT. Decision makers don't always have the time to read lengthy text. It's much easier for someone to tell the story for them. Click HERE to read the latest report from Website Magazine about some "In Your Face" facts about how helpful video can be. 

So now you have 10 good reasons to incorporate videos into your listings. It is as easy as picking up the phone and calling us at 440-241-1677. We WANT to help you and could get started right away. Thanks for taking the time to read this. If you need advice on your own DIY Real Estate videos, we are here to help with that too. e-mail us at:



Written by Thomas Wasinski

Founder of Aerial Agents, LLC

Drones Giving Real Estate Industry an Aerial Advantage

Drones Giving Real Estate Industry an Aerial Advantage

LANHAM, Md. (WNEW) — The real estate industry is about to go aerial.

Real estate companies are beginning to use Unmanned Aircraft Systems, better known as drones, to give potential home-buyers bird’s-eye views of properties with a quick fly-by.

“It gives a different view to it than you would get otherwise,” says Bret Brown, a Realtor with McEnearney Associates, which sells homes in Maryland, Virginia and the District.

Brown recently used a drone to capture the aerial view of a property for sale on Bradley Boulevard in Bethesda. Flying over the lot, the drone’s camera shows the large driveway, three-car garage, extensive back yard, and outdoor pool that come with the $3.5 million price tag.

“It just shows the landscaping and how the house is situated on the lot. It gives a totally different perspective,” Brown says.

Right now, drones are being used primarily for high-end properties, where acres of land and outdoor amenities such as tennis and basketball courts or a pool can be accentuated to a potential buyer.

“You really have to have a spectacular property,” says Marc Infeld of Coldwell Banker.

But Infeld says he expects the use of drones in the real estate industry to increase as the technology improves and more agents are trained to use it.

“It will definitely become more integrated into real estate” as drone technology continues to evolve, Infeld says.

Still, there could be potential legal issues.

“I think there are some gray area as far as copyright laws,” says Infeld, explaining that people own the rights to all images of their private property.

Also, the use of unmanned aerial systems for commercial purposes is banned by the FAA — although rarely enforced.

“We have to prioritize our safety resources for the area of greatest risk,” Les Dorr, a spokesman for the FAA, told SFGate.

John Domen - CBS DC