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Real Estate Video Pro

Learn How to Land, Shoot, & Edit Real Estate Videos

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  • 4 Hours of Value Packed Video Tutorials: This course gives you an in-depth look at how I land, shoot, compose, choose camera settings, create movement, story tell, edit, and make money as it relates to real estate videos.
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197

FREE

$

147

Teachable Best Price Guarantee™

If you find it cheaper anywhere else, we'll refund you the difference.

Your Outcome

Learn How to Land, Shoot, & Edit Real Estate Videos

This course gives you an in-depth look at how I land, shoot, compose, choose camera settings, create movement, story tell, edit, and make money as it relates to real estate videos.

How do I Land Real Estate Gigs? Who to approach? What to say?

(This is probably my most commonly asked question when it comes to real estate videos)

The most important factor I’ve found to land real estate clients is to Have a strong demo video or portfolio. You can be the smoothest talker in the world, but if your work sucks… no one will hire you. Your work should do most of the talking for you. If you don’t have a demo video then I’d go out offering my services for free to real estate agents until someone agrees to let you shoot a free video, that you can then use as a demo video to land future clients. Be aware though, real estate agents won’t be willing to pay decent money for a real estate video unless they have a lot of commission on the line. That’s why I recommend only targeting LUXURY LISTINGS! Because agents of luxury listing will usually have marketing budgets for videos. And by Luxury I mean multi million dollar listings. The smallest listing I’ve done a video for was about 1 million dollars, and I’ve done up to 11 million dollar listings. So I would try and target homes in that range if I were you.

As far as the logistics of getting in contact with a real estate agent, go drive through luxury neighborhoods looking for sale signs, and call the number of the agent on the sign.Or, Go online and look for luxury listings near you, and contact the agent.Really not that hard to make contact. What should you say when contacting them? Well, tell them you want to shoot real estate videos for them, then send them a demo video of your work, and I recommend Telling them what you normally charge but that you’ll do the first one for free or cheap to show them the value it will bring to their business..I like to Focus on building relationships rather than making a quick buck so that they will hire me long term to do many more properties.

Now I asked my real estate agent specifically, what do you look for when a videographer reaches out to you about shooting video for you, besides obviously the quality of their work, and he said The two big things that are important to him are: BEING AVAILABLE! And Having a quick turn around time. Agents never know when they’ll need a video done, but when they do, they need it quick, so you have to be willing to be flexibly with your time and squeeze them in your schedule even if you have a busy week.

And Once the video is shot, they need that video turned around quick!I usually send the first cut back to the client within a day or 2, so they can give me any feedback and we can finish the project within a week or 2.So let’s assume you’ve done a free video, the agent loved it and now they want to start hiring you to do more work….

How Much Should I Charge?

Now this depends on how long it will take to shoot the house, and what your time is worth based on your skill level. But just to give you an idea, most real estate videos take me about 4-5 hours to shoot, so I charge my half day rate which is around $1,000. Then it takes another 4-5 hours to edit the video for which I charge $500.

Then add on the music license and a voice over and I’m usually around $1,800-$2000 for a basic real estate video. If it’s a larger home that takes a full day, I’d charge my full day rate, if they want on camera actors, we add those costs on as well. And We’ve actually created a budget calculator that comes with Full Time Filmmaker that helps you determine your skill level, so you can know how much your time is worth, and then times that by how long the video will take to determine what price you should charge.

What Students Say

Thanks for creating this course I went from not having a clue 4 months ago to officially being able to make videos decent enough to earn money off them. The course is worth every cent and more to me. It has opened up a whole new world.


Tertius Du Toit

Tertius Du Toit

I landed 4 paying clients at $800 each. I 100% recommend this for anyone who is trying to succeed and excel in the real estate videographer world

Real Estate Video Pro is an amazing course. The lessons teach you everything you need to know in order to succeed as a real estate videographer. I had so many questions and Parker answered all of them! This course gave me confidence to go out and meet with agents! And within my first 2 weeks of joining, I landed 4 paying clients at $800 each. I 100% recommend this for anyone who is trying to succeed and excel in the real estate videographer world.


Kenny Cubas

Real Estate Videographer

Course Curriculum

Real Estate Video Pro

  •  1. Top 10 Tips to SHOOTING Real Estate Videos (14:18)
  •  2. Top 10 Tips to EDITING Real Estate Videos (7:51)
  •  3. Top 10 Mistakes on Real Estate Videos (8:15)
  •  4. EDITING Real Estate Videos Part 1 (61:05)
  •  5. EDITING Real Estate Videos Part 2 (Client Revisions) (26:47)
  •  6. Speed Ramp Transitions (10:20)
  •  7. Virtual Job Shadow - Real Estate w/On-Camera Actor & Movi M5 (28:48)
  •  8. Virtual Job Shadow - Real Estate Glidecam Edition (25:27)
  •  9. Virtual Job Shadow - Real Estate - Flying My Own Aerials (19:58)
  •  10. How to Balance a Ronin S (4:33)
  •  11. Ronin S Settings + Downloadable Cheat Sheet! (5:36)
  •  12. My Favorite Drone Gimbal Settings (5:58)
  •  13. Basics of Flying Drones (12:25)
  •  14. Fly Drones Legally: How I Passed the Part 107 Test w/5 Hours of Study (2:23)
  •  15. BUDGET CALCULATOR - How Much Should I Charge My Clients? (10:28)
  •  BONUS: Sound Mixing with Brendan Bytheway (30:12)
  •  Feedback Friday - Manny Gomez (12:13)
  •  Feedback Friday - Tristan Hinder (6:49)
  •  DOWNLOAD: Raw Footage + Premiere Pro Project File to Real Estate Video
  •  DOWNLOAD: Smooth Zoom Transitions Premiere Preset Pack (1:51)
  •  DOWNLOAD: How to Write Real Estate Voice Over SCRIPTS (Template)
  •  DOWNLOAD: My 10 Favorite Real Estate SONGS
  •  Parker's Final Real Estate Videos
  •  My 10 Secrets to Cinematic Shots (RECORDED WEBINAR)
  •  Join Full Time Filmmaker 50% OFF


Your Instructor

Parker Walbeck
Video creator

Hi! My name is Parker Walbeck.

I have traveled all over the world creating video content for big names brands, and now share all of my technical, creative and business insights through this online course: Full Time Filmmaker.

This course is designed to help aspiring videographers and filmmakers begin or advance their video businesses.

I also run a youtube channel called Parker Walbeck that is dedicated to sharing bits of the paid course content for free. That content includes gear reviews, comparisons, tutorials, cinematic films and more.

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