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Wasn’t that gorgeous? Los Angeles has its share of beautiful homes, top-notch production talent and models galore — but it’s not the only city where listing videos are top of the line.

If you’ve created a listing video as lovely as this one — or a quirky video, or an unusual video — share it with Inman readers!

Send us a link to your video and the answers to the first set of questions (if you’re the listing agent) or the second set of questions (if you’re a videographer). We’ll post the responses on our site for your peers to enjoy.

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Email responses to contributors@inman.com.

For listing agents

Where’d the idea for the video come from?

How did you market the video?

Do you film listing videos for all your firm’s listings? If not, how do you decide which gets the video?

How many views did this video get?

Any feedback from the sellers or prospective buyers on it?

How much did it cost?

Did the seller pay for it or did it come out of your marketing budget?

What’s your threshold for doing a custom listing video? Price, noteworthiness, etc.

Who filmed/produced it? How long did it take?

Did you craft the layout of the video or did the videographer?

How does this video compare to the others you’ve done?

How many listing videos have you done or commissioned?

Any fun stories from the shoot?

Any tips to doing a great listing video?

Why’d you hire the videographer, if you used one?

 

For videographers

Where’d the idea for the video come from?

Describe the shoot.

What’s your process for deciding how to shoot a home?

Any funny/interesting stories from the shoot?

How much did it cost?

Did the listing agent or seller pay for it?

How many listing videos have you done?

How does this one compare with the others?

How has the video been marketed?

How many views has it received?

What do you shoot with?

Any tips for filming an excellent listing video?

Email responses to contributors@inman.com.