Consumers are now expecting high-tech home buying experiences!

Dated: January 28 2019

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For those considering a home purchase in the future, 84 percent of respondents would like to see video footage, while 77% would like the ability to be able to take VR house tours before actually visiting prospective homes. Technology has made the process of home buying and selling simpler, smarter and faster.

As smart home and virtual reality (VR) technology continues to become more mainstream and sought after, consumers are now expecting high-tech experiences before even stepping foot in a prospective listing.

(example my latest 360 video below)




Americans also see additional applications of VR, with over two-thirds (68 percent) saying that they would love the ability to utilize VR to see how their current furniture would fit in a prospective home.

Can I help you sell your home and use VR to bring the right buyer?


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Kenneth Manesse

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