We are all more or less familiar or somewhat ofay with virtual reality. It’s not something real you can touch, it’s something that you can experience – immersing yourself in another world or place from where you’re sitting – even right there now reading this.
Real estate firms are starting to employ VR, which is revolutionizing the way that people buy properties revolutionizing. VR is becoming much more heavily used in sales and marketing collateral by real estate firms – and there’s an abundance of reasons why.
Although still in the early adoption process, more and more people are coming to terms with the possibilities of VR. Here’s some pro’s of utilizing VR in a real estate firm
1.Reducing time spent on house viewings/showings
The search for a new home means taking some time off of your day to visit and inspect different houses. It involves going to a different house every day or even several houses in one day. And you want to be thorough with each to see if it checks everything on your list. This can be a hassle for both you and your real estate agent.
With virtual reality technologies, your agent could show you as many houses you want in his office on his computer. In a 3D video of the entire house, you can see almost anything you need to know. You can narrow down your choices, and then visit only two or three houses that stood out to you.
2. Meeting customer demands in early development stages
Buying a home or any other property that meets clients complete demands is not easy at all – and any developer, interior designer (or any of the like) will tell you the same. VR can make this a LOT easier.
Building architects and designers can employ VR in the process of design and construction of a particular property or development – and involve the customer in this process so that they can help design every nook and cranny in virtual reality so as to get the home or development that they truly want.
3. Understanding the floor plans much better
Virtual reality provides a far clearer and more details picture of the floor plan of a particular building or property.
A 3D virtual floor plan allows you to see it much better and in a more real aspect. The sizes are easier to understand, and you can practically walk through the rooms to get an impression. It is even possible to move the furniture around, change the layout a bit, and see what fits you the best.
There are plenty of companies on the market to choose from who would be more than happy to give you more information about how they can add insurmountable value to your real estate firm.
Why not get going now? We recommend Voxel – just Google ‘Voxel Worlds’ – you won’t be disappointed.