Pennsylvania Aerial Photography & Video

SoldByAir is based in PA. With aerial photography experience in the Poconos, Main Line Philadelphia, Lake Raystown and many other areas we are able to service customers across the state. Providing drone services to real estate agents across the commonwealth has given us a deep understanding of the specific MLS requirements agents have in Pennsylvania. Our state is lucky to have many MLS's merging to become BrightMLS which should make cross county work easier in the future.

We currently have 49 drone operators across PA. Below you can find some photos recently uploaded from some of these pilots. We verify pilots are FAA certified and guarantee a 24 hour turnaround on all aerial photography. Click the button to book a pilot now or read on to see examples and learn more.

Pennsylvania Aerial Photography Examples

Aerial Photos by City

Drone pilots travel far and wide to capture the perfect photo. You can click the Pennsylvania cities below to view photos uploaded from some of these locations. We serve cities all across Pennsylvania, far beyond what is listed below.



Pennsylvania Drone Video

A skilled drone pilot can use video to tell a story about the property you are selling. Video quality is constantly improving with many drones now capable of 4k resolution. Social media posts with video are ranked higher and get more views than those without. It's no surprise that 85% of homebuyers prefer to work with an agent using video. We are able to host video that is supported by MLS's accross the nation. Below are videos pilots have added from Pennsylvania.


PA Drone Rules

The rules and regulations are constantly changing for drones. Most people now know that you have to be certified to fly drones for profit, which you can read about here. The more challenging part is understanding all local and state laws. In PA you are banned from flying drones in most state parks. You also are not allowed to fly them in state game lands. Local ordinances are much trickier as there is no central location for them. We have created a crowd sourced database of ordinances to provide some help. You can view it here.