Virtual Reality for Builders, Real Estate Developers, and Marketers
Technology is dramatically changing how both new and existing homes are sold. I know you know this, or you wouldn’t be checking out this page! I’d like to help you learn everything you need to know about using 3D virtual reality tours to lower your costs, increase your ability to generate and close leads, increase your flexibility, and punch above your weight compared to your competition.
I’m going to cover:
- How really good 3D virtual reality (VR) tours can increase home sales, increase absorption rate, lower costs, and increase your ability to punch above your weight
- What separates a mediocre from a great VR experience, and what mistakes to look out for and avoid
- How to create a great VR experience for potential buyers
- How to get the most business benefit from your new VR assets, including some marketing ideas you probably haven’t seen a lot of other companies using because they’re so innovative and cutting edge.
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Learn everything you need to know about using 3D virtual reality tours to lower your costs, increase your ability to generate and close leads, increase your flexibility, and punch above your weight compared to your competition.
Virtual Reality tours can be an amazing sales and marketing tool for your homes! On the other hand, cut-rate virtual reality visuals can have the opposite effect, leaving people feeling turned off because the visuals are somehow... off.
Virtual Reality tours are an amazing sales and marketing tool! On the other hand, cut-rate virtual reality visuals can have the opposite effect, leaving people feeling turned off because the visuals are somehow... off.
The cost of a 3D virtual tour is often recouped if just one mid-construction change is prevented. Furthermore, virtual reality tours can help planning officials understand the design and scope of your project from the onset, which prevents delays.
A VR experience that is merely OK can actually kill that “I love it” feeling you want your customers to have. A poorly-done VR experience can actually make people feel nauseous. Learn how to avoid these problems.
It’s tempting to use the emotional power of 3D renderings and VR tours to exaggerate reality a bit. On the other hand, if you don’t connect with reality enough, your interior visualization won’t feel inviting to your prospective buyers.
3d virtual reality headsets can create an amazingly powerful, immersive home tour experience for potential buyers. Choosing the wrong solution can literally cause people to become nauseated due to motion sickness.
There are two types of virtual reality experiences: ones with full freedom of movement and ones with a limited range of movement. While the first kind sounds better, it’s really more suited for computer games than high-end virtual reality home tours.
The experience of using your 3D guided tours is important. Another important user experience element is what it’s like to work with your 3D rendering artist. This chapter explains some important things to look for.
After you’ve gotten great 3D renderings and 3d virtual tours made for you, how do you get the most benefit from them? Learn how you can get the most bang for your buck from those 3D assets.