( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2020-04-08 08:27:24 )
Brisbane, April 3rd, 2020. The Covid19 crisis is hitting hard in the real estate industry, all around the world. Many countries are experiencing tightened restrictions within the real estate industry which has meant no more inspections, open houses or auctions can legally be carried out. These restrictions have made it very difficult for real estate agents and property managers to show potential buyers and renters through their properties and achieve transactions. However, fortunately, virtual reality technology has provided a solution to this problem in the form of virtual tours and virtual inspections.
At PropertyRender.com, we are dedicated to helping agents and property managers during these tough times. Our Virtual Tours allow your prospective buyers and tenants to inspect the home 24/7 from any computer, phone or tablet. In addition to helping stop the spread of the virus by limiting human interaction, virtual tours provide a plethora of other advantages that are greatly beneficial for agencies.
Virtual Tours allow homes to be ‘inspected’ 24/7 by potential buyers across the globe. This means that the home reaches more potential buyers than a normal open home and generates more qualified leads. Research by Redfin shows that 35% of buyers in 2017 made a sight-unseen offer, up from 19% observed in 2016. 45% of millennial buyers made a sight-unseen offer on a home, higher than Generation X (28%) and baby boomers (6%), and 20% of all sight-unseen offers resulted in a home purchase.
Virtual Tours can also be promoted via social media channels, websites, email, and even SMS and other messaging apps. Viewers can inspect from the comfort of their homes, sofas or beds, and on Facebook 360 they can also comment, ask questions, and sharing it with friends and family.
PropertyRender.com provides affordable and professional 360 image editing solutions, Virtual Tour creation and hosting. We can even produce the tour onsite in capital cities within Australia with our team of 360 photographers.