The National Association of Realtors has been invited to participate in talks with the Federal Aviation Administration on the use of drones, a prohibited yet growing tool in the sale of high-end real estate in South Florida. The National Association of Realtors announced last week it was invited to sit on a newly formed working group focused on regulating drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, and how to integrate them into the ‘‘national airspace system.’’
While the NAR is willing to sit and discuss with FAA, the same news report by the Boston Globe says that South Florida realtors have no intention to wait for the official drone rules from FAA, and have chosen instead to rebel against their national association’s pleas to end the practice.
The real estate industry is just among the growing list of groups eager to fly drones for commercial purposes, especially with the foreseen tremendous economic gains drones will bring. Using drones in aerial photography especially in for real estate marketing purposes will likewise raise the industry to new heights.
Hopefully, these talks between the National Association of Realtors and FAA’s new working group will help speed up the release of the much awaited drone regulations from FAA. As it is many are willing to take the risks in flying drones sans the rules in order to take advantage of the benefits drones have to offer.
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