Two Technologies to help you sell Houses
Selling properties is becoming more dependent on technology. Today’s buyer starts their search online and is becoming savvier on what they expect to see in their online search. Two technologies that are raising the bar and helping agents give the best possible online experience include drone aerial photography and video in hand with 3D virtual tours.
Birds' Eye Perspective with Drones
Drones offer an affordable way for real estate photographers to provide buyers with a birds' eye perspective not only of a property, but the surrounding area. From an overhead look at the street and neighboring homes to local amenities and transportation, the drone is giving buyers a more interesting and detailed perspective on the homes they might be interested in viewing.
Drones offer stunning views from above showing green areas, land and interesting perspectives for the approach of the home. This makes an everyday virtual tour more exciting and also provides more visual details without the need to read through the information about the area itself.
Realistic Viewing with 3D Virtual Tours
The 3D virtual tour is providing a walk through experience like no other. Buyers can literally walk through the home for a realistic experience that does not just show the rooms of the home, but also a concept of the flow and layout of the home. Instead of trying to match floor plans to images of rooms, they will have a tour as close as possible to actually physically viewing the home in real life.
Busy buyers do not have time to visit homes like they used to. This new perspective combining aerial video and images with a 3D virtual tour makes it easier for buyers to narrow down their options for perspective purchases.
If you want to learn more about this new technology, email email@example.com to find a drone photographer in your area*. Our photographers also have access to a walk through tool ideal to create a 3D like experience using basic panoramic images.
*Photography services are available in Texas, Colorado. Florida, Arizona, Illinois and California