Selling a home is hard work.
Keeping your house clean and prepped all the time, while you try to maintain some semblance of a normal life.
A buyer wants to come at 7. You rush to feed the kids, tidy the house, and pack the car for a half-hour drive to nowhere.
Another evening gone for what you suspect is a kooky-loo.
3D tours provide a simple way for home buyers to get a good idea of what your home has to offer.
Using this amazing technology we can reduce physical showings to the most serious buyers only.
Meanwhile, you can stay at home with your family.
The Canadian Real Estate Association estimate’s just 24% of listings on realtor.ca have a 3D tour or video.
So, if they’re so effective why don’t we see more of them online?
Well, they’re expensive.
When an agent lists your house for sale they’re never certain if they’re going to sell it and get paid.
It could be easy to cut a corner like this one and save the cash.
That’s why we invested in two Matterport 3D tour cameras and that’s how we create a 3D tour for every listing we market.
Because your life is hectic enough without having to leave for less than serious buyers to look.
Here’s a short news story that shows how the technology works for our seller clients.
This is an old video but it provides a great overview of the technology.
Take a virtual walk through of this Daytona Homes show home to experience it for yourself. Think Google street view as you work your way through the home by clicking the circles. It works exceptionally well on mobile devices.
If you're interested in having your home marketed using this technology reach out to anyone on our team.
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