TeamFisher brings 3D scanner technology to Saskatoon market
Posted on February 28, 2015 by Norm Fisher, Royal LePage Vidorra
Back in the fall I bought a very cool new tool that I think could eventually change the way real estate is bought and sold. This baby has been in the box waiting for me to complete the new Royal LePage Vidorra office that we're operating in now. I wanted to use it fort there. Developed in cooperation with Google, the 3D scanner allows us to present our listings in a way that just can’t be experienced any other way, without making a physical trip to the home. It’s like Google street view for interiors. Look for the translucent circles on the floor as spots you can navigate to with a click allowing you to view these rooms from nearly any position. I said, "eventually change the way real estate is bought and sold" because we are likely a long way from full adoption. When that happens, and it almost certainly will, a buyer will be able to do virtual walk throughs of all available properties to narrow down their hit list for actual physical viewings.
In the mean time, this is one heck of a cool tool that can make your home stand out from most others on the market. A 3D scan eliminates any need for an open house and allows buyers to view the interior of your home from every angle without ever having to ask you to leave. It should mean only the most interested prospects come through the front door.
Are you interested in having a 3D scan done on your home? Talk to any of our sales and service specialistsabout having TeamFisher represent you in your next sale. We WILL sell your home!
Royal LePage Vidorra
Licensed in 1993, Norm brings a wealth of experience to TeamFisher. He has worked in every imaginable capacity including sales agent, office manager, team leader, broker and now, broker/owner. Norm has written a weekly review of the Saskatoon real estate market for more than 650 consecutive weeks which may make him the most consistent industry blogger in the world.Less...
Licensed in 1993, Norm brings a wealth of experience to TeamFisher. He has worked in every imaginable capacity including sales agent, office manager, team leader, broker and now, broker/owner. Norm has written a weekly review of the Saskatoon real estate market for more than 650 consecutive weeks which may make him the most consistent industry blogger in the world.
Norm is known for his passion for technology and can most often be found exploring and experimenting with the next big thing in real estate marketing. He was the first Saskatoon real estate agent to promote a home online and has been an early adopter of new technologies ever since. “Everything about this business has changed over the past 20 years, and it will happen again in the next ten. An open mind and a curious attitude are all that’s needed to continue to find new ways to serve our clients by delivering a faster, smoother, worry-free transaction,” says Norm.
In his spare time, Norm enjoys Crossfit and cycling, some years accumulating over 2,000 kilometres on the road. He’s a strong supporter of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation and enjoys raising funds by joining fun, fitness-related initiatives like the Grouse Grind for Shelter. In 2015, he trekked the Peruvian Andes to Machu Picchu. In 2017 he walked the southern highlands of Iceland across mountains, sand, snow, ice, lava fields and forest for seven days. Collectively those initiatives raised over a million dollars for Canadian women's shelters.
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