I use LItchi to fly the same route every time over golf course construction projects. It turns out ok but not what I was hoping for a timelapse.
Flying a circle like in that video around a smaller target like a home looks better because the viewer “gets” the circle thing and can pay full attention to the transitions. One could also make each added flight last for 1/4-circle or 10 seconds, etc. On linear timelapses you basically have to re-trim each flight whenever a new date is added.
I am in the process of using the same technique to document some construction as well! Actually the variation between your shots was greater than I have experienced. Here are two tests of mine, all using Litchi ... the first is three trips flying a simple figure-eight around a soccer field; the second one is a long ride around the mountains, 2X. The "field" video was shot all in the same day. The "mountains" video was shot in two different seasons - summer and winter. I found that for the "winter" mountains video the P3A flew about 30 feet lower than the "summer" video. It seems the temperature impacts the sensors somehow?