Technology touches every aspect of the real estate industry today. Forward-thinking realtors are already moving beyond photos. When it comes to creating a virtual tour, your real estate agent will be there to guide you through the entire process. Real Estate Agents can also use FaceTime or similar apps to give potential buyers a tour of a house that doesn’t include a virtual tour of the listing.
There are a few things to consider when preparing your home for a virtual tour. Start by turning on all the lights and opening the drapes or blinds to let natural light in. Clean your house thoroughly before the virtual tour and remove all clutter and any furniture you don’t want to be seen. Your agent will help you with the staging of your home beforehand so it looks presentable in the video. The advantage of staging for a virtual tour is you’ll only have to keep it that way for the duration of the filming.
Anyone interested in taking a virtual tour can easily access it online to get an idea of what to expect in the property. A virtual tour can be a great way to get more potential buyers to see your home. It also ensures that only people who are seriously looking for a new home request a virtual tour.