License Fees and Photo Copyrights
When you hire a professional photographer you are hiring them to shoot your property and a common misconception is that you can do whatever you want to with the images they took. In fact you more than likely will be licensing the images for a specific use. Photography is a creative business and photographers are paid based on their skills to create eye catching images. This means that photography commissions are intellectual property of the photographer, not the client hiring them to take the pictures.
For commercial real estate photography most of the time the usage is to market the property on listing and property websites and to create collateral materials and to promote the property via social media.
If the building is shot for architects or designers, the usage is most likely for their portfolio or for competition. Any use outside of the scope outlined in the license agreement requires additional licensing.