3D 360 Virtual Tours
Seeing a home in person lets the buyers walk through the home, have all the great features pointed out, and decide if it fits their lifestyle (and often if it fits their furniture).
This is great, but it is often a pain point for the sellers having to have the home ready at a moment's notice to be invaded by potential buyers. And it is often an equally large issue for out-of-town buyers to decide if the house can work for them before taking the time and absorbing the expense to travel to see it in person.
Virtual tours are an authentic and immersive alternative to in-person visits.
These are remotely hosted and can be viewed on almost any computer or mobile device.
They allow the property to be navigated step by step with a 360-degree view of each room.
Recent statistics state that over 90% of home buyers use the internet in the process and more than 1/2 of them purchase the home they found online. Young buyers who make up most of the market are especially interested with 3/4s of clients wanting to see a virtual tour before they visit the home in person.
Nationwide over 60% of Americans decide to go with a real estate agency that offers 360 tours because listings that feature them sell faster and at a higher price than those without.
It saves time for both buyers and sellers.
Buyers can spend less time visiting properties that won't work for them - Sellers can spend less time scrambling to accommodate visits from buyers who won't be interested after just a quick walk-through.
Take your time viewing
Buyers can virtually tour the home on their own time for as long and as often as they wish. They can share the tour with family members and even communicate with their agent during or after the process.
A full time open house
The tour is available all day every day.
Buyers can tour anytime and yet the sellers are not required to work around any scheduled showings.
No clean-up - no quick staging before showings. The home is always "photo ready" clean which is a huge benefit to families living there during the listing process.
And if the family moves out during the showing dates their fully-staged home is always still available on the 360 tour.