Florida leads U.S. for FAA drone approval in real estate

As the remote-controlled devices increasingly claim air space, they have also drawn the attention of homeowner associations and commercial pilots.  A recent newsletter from a homeowner association in Brevard County reads that drones “trespass by flying low over a person’s property to interfere with the owner’s reasonable use and enjoyment of their property.” It went on to advise owners to call the Sheriff’s Office to report any related problems.     Read the article…………


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