First Hawaii FPV Video Shoot for Real Estate

As a Broker, you are always looking for ways to get your listing to stand out from the crowd. Most will just do the traditional photos, possibly a night shot if there are feeling daring, MLS, a sign in the yard, and a lot of hope and prayer. Well, for our new listing at 280 Poipu Dr in Honolulu, we went full bore and really sent it.

We were tired of the traditional video home walk-through and thought about what we could do that would be cutting edge, different, and get solid market attention. Then we saw the viral FPV (First Person Video) that was shot in a Minnesota bowling alley by Jay from Rally Studios. We thought, now that is cool, but could you do this for real estate and not just a commercial space?

filming the fpv video in 280 poipu dr

Setting the Scene

One thing led to another, and a plan was hatched. We flew in Jay, who shot the bowling video, to Hawaii and started to make a movie. This was a full-blown production. We had high-end Porche’s brought in for the garage car lifts, a Ferrari from Velocity Honolulu, and a new 2021 Corvette C8. One thing is for sure — our new listing at 280 Poipu Dr in Hawaii Kai was going to get all the attention this eight-figure listing deserved.

kitchen in 280 poipu dr

Next was a chef, a diver, a piano player, and a whole bunch of talent for the video. The actors were staged in various sections of the palatial oceanview estate to highlight all the uses the home has. We had a family in the movie theater room, kids in the bedrooms, a piano player playing music, a real chef grilling in the inside kitchen and one chef working the chicken on the outdoor grill. There were people having drinks, conversation, someone doing yoga by the pool, and a person working out in the home gym. The house was busy with our people ready to make a video.

setting the scenefor filming in 280 poipu dr

Lights, Camera, and Drone

The next thing you know we had the drone flying through every nook and cranny of the home to show our scenes. In and out of tight spaces, through the piano top, in between the walls, around corners, the garage lifts and so close you could feel the drone’s blades whip your hair. It was simply amazing to be a part of, to watch it all come together, and more importantly to have the vision to try something new and different to market this amazing home.

When you are tired of more of the same and ready to find creative, out-of-the-box brokers to get your home sold, call me.

See How it All Came Together

Poipu Oceanview Estate from Aloha Films on Vimeo.

Want to Know More?

Feel free to reach out to me to learn more information on 280 Poipu Dr.

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Zack Diener

May 18, 2021

This is awesome David! Great job man.

Joe Hanley

May 19, 2021

That is by far the coolest listing video I have ever seen! Was that all done with one continuous drone shot?

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