These are very good.
I recently shot a friend's flat for an AirBnB listing, and found it much more of a challenge than I expected. Everything has to be perfect, and any dust or minor blemishes in paint seems to stand out in the photograph.
One of the issues was that there was a strong afternoon sun, which affected the white balance of certain areas. From one angle a brushed steel surface looked like brushed steel, and from another angle the low warm sun made it seem slightly gold. This was fairly easy to correct in Photoshop, but other things were more difficult.
One strange feature was that the blue of the sky was a different shade through different, adjacent windows. I can only suppose that the glass was not identical in each frame. A sliding glass door was partly open, leading to another shade of blue where the two glass doors overlapped.
I tried to do HDR to capture both the sky and the interior, but found it difficult to get a good result. I will be interested to read your comments on Aurora. And, yes, I did use a tripod.
Overall, the results were much better than my friend had before, so she was very happy.