Housing Video Production


Housing Video Production – Affirmed Housing Vitalia

The housing video we produced for Affirmed Housing was more than just another project; it was a chance to make a positive impact. At Blare Video, we love creating work that matters, especially when it highlights initiatives addressing the critical need for affordable housing through new community developments. It’s a challenge we embrace with enthusiasm.

Led by Sr. Producer Joel Janecek and Director of Photography Mauricio Tapia, our team featured camera operator Cedric Letsch and the versatile Utility Matt Jeff. We attended the grand opening of the innovative “Vitalia” development in San Jose, despite it being one of the city’s rainiest days of the year. The rain didn’t dampen our spirits; instead, it added a sense of renewal and excitement. These new units and community spaces promise to benefit families and individuals who might otherwise face homelessness without such supportive housing.

Matt took the helm in editing, delivering a standout piece on the first draft. A big thanks to the team at Affirmed Housing. Keep an eye out for more remarkable developments from them, as they continue to bring the dignity of a beautiful new home to those in need.

When embarking on the production of a housing video, there are several crucial elements to keep in mind to ensure the final product is both engaging and informative.

Highlight Unique Qualities: The narrative of your video should be carefully crafted to emphasize the property’s distinct features. This can include anything from architectural details and unique design elements to key selling points like spacious rooms or modern amenities.

Showcase Renovations: If the property has undergone any renovations, make sure to spotlight these transformations. This not only demonstrates the creative vision but also the value added to the property, making it more appealing to potential buyers.

Smooth Transitions: Filming the interior should involve smooth transitions between rooms to create a flowing and natural viewing experience. Prioritize good lighting and select angles that best capture the essence of the space.

Exterior Shots: Don’t forget to shoot the exterior. Ground-level and aerial shots can provide a comprehensive view of the property’s surroundings, landscaping, and additional features, contributing to a well-rounded perspective.

Professional Equipment: High-quality videography necessitates the use of professional-grade equipment. This is particularly important in the luxury real estate market, where visual appeal and clarity can significantly impact a buyer’s decision.

Authenticity: Most importantly, have fun and be yourself while creating the video. Authenticity can resonate with viewers, helping them connect with the property on a more personal level.

By focusing on these aspects, your real estate video can turn from just another tour into an immersive experience that makes it easier for potential buyers to visualize themselves in the space.

About Affirmed Housing Vitalia

Welcome to Vitalia, a vibrant new affordable and supportive housing community in San Jose. Vitalia offers 79 apartment homes tailored for low-income and formerly unhoused individuals and families, with 2 units reserved specifically for on-site management. Half of the apartments are reserved for formerly unhoused individuals, including veterans, while the remaining units are available to households earning up to 60% of the area median income.

Vitalia isn’t just about housing; it’s about building a community. Residents can enjoy a range of on-site amenities such as a community room, a computer room, a central courtyard, community gardens, and a spacious outdoor deck with stunning city views. Partnering with Community Solutions, Vitalia also provides on-site supportive services to help ensure its residents thrive. Learn More