I shot the various clips under a variety of lighting and lighting brightnesses, partly to experiment and partly because I want the houses to show up as illuminated. In order to unify the color balance to some degree, I used the Lumetri Eyedropper tool
from the Color workspace to neutralize the white balance. For most scenes, I got pleasing results. Here's a quick video on how to adjust color balance
Lastly, I wanted to add a transition to every clip/still in the timeline. The quickest way to do this is through a group selection. I click/dragged to select all the clips and stills on the timeline and then from the main menu, chose Sequence > Apply Default Transitions to Selection.
I also knew I wanted intro and outro
motion graphics - preferably free. Much like Stock Audio, it's easy to browse for motion graphics with within the Essential Graphics
panel. You can search based on keywords and whether you want to see free or premium content, or both and easily license a template by dragging it onto your timeline. Here is more information on how to find and use MOGRTs
The great thing about MOGRTs is that all the hard work is already done; you just have to customize elements like text, color, timing, maybe the theme, from an easy to use editing menu.