3D Virtual Tour helps homeowners get more offers – faster – and for the most money (with the least amount of stress).
Are you getting ready to list your home for sale, but still deciding on which agent? Yikes! So many to choose from including friends and neighbors.
As a tech savvy provider of 3D Virtual Tours I can arm a Real Estate agent with a 3D with the most premium technology to showcase your property. When you list your home for sale – sign with the agent willing to include this to expedite the sales process and maximize the return.
3D Virtual Tours provided by VRealExperience help homeowners:
- Get more offers
- Expedite process of selling
- Save time by ensuring only those interested want to visit
- Maximize your return
That’s because a 3D Virtual Tour enables:
- 24/7 Open House for agents to pre-tour for their clients
- Across-town – and out-of-town buyers – to pre-tour your home
“The typical buyer began their home search online and then contacted a real estate agent,” according to a survey by the National Association of Realtors (NAR). “Buyers searched a median of 12 weeks and visited 10 homes.”
A 3D Virtual Tour will help you reduce weeks on market, increase visits to your home (virtually) and mean that buyers that do actual walkthroughs are pre-qualified. That’s because if a photo is worth a thousand words, a 3D Virtual Tour is worth a thousand photos to help potential buyers virtually tour your home.
According to a poll commissioned by Discover Home Loans and reported by Huff Post:
Presentation: 2014 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers by REALTORS®
- 89% of homebuyers use some form of technology to help them with the home buying process.
- 47% of all homebuyers report using technology helped them save money
- 92% of homebuyers say technology helped them save time
- 90% of homebuyers report an overall positive experience when using technology
- 83% of homebuyers feel technology helped them stay organized
- 93% percent of technology users say technology allowed them to do things remotely they otherwise would have had to do in person.
According to NAR, its survey showed:
Buyers used a wide variety of resources in searching for a home. Top results showed 92 percent used the Internet, 89 percent used real estate agents, 51 percent yard signs, 45 percent each attended open houses and used a mobile application, and 42 percent used mobile search engines.
When buyers were asked where they first learned about the home they purchased, 43 percent said the Internet; 33 percent from a real estate agent; 9 percent a yard sign or open house; 6 percent from a friend, neighbor or relative; 5 percent from home builders; 2 percent directly from the seller; 1 percent a print or newspaper ad; and less than 1 percent from other sources.
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