Updated: Oct 9, 2020
We have all been forced to look into unique & different ways of conducting business remotely & adapting post lockdown, mostly with the use of technology. While virtual tours (and floorplans) offer many advantages, from retaining buyer interest, filtering out time wasters, appealing to a larger target market & gaining the competitive edge, we understand that the human component can never be replaced & will always be a crucial element in seeing through any real estate transaction.
Here are a few ideas to incorporate this element into your virtual tour:
Provide even more transparency & guidance. Highlight features about the property, visible defects or point out any recent/planned repairs.
Video / audio clips
Connect with your buyers & establish trust. Introduce yourself, mention close by amenities, property features & facts room by room, as you would during a physical viewing.
Virtual viewing appointments
Schedule a virtual viewing where you connect with your buyer on a platform such as Zoom. Access the virtual tour, share your screen with your clients & “walk” them through the property.