Do you use VR before actually visiting a home?

Dated: February 24 2020

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Currently the MLS has hundreds of homes listed online with VR tours. I was blown away with this survey that found 70% of Americans would love to take a VR tour of a prospective home before actually visiting it.

You can do that below to get a feel for VR:




Today, many agents are actually using virtual reality (VR) imaging to take a VR video of a home to show prospective buyers a listing through a VR headset, like Samsung’s Gear VR. These VR tours are the real deal – they give you the ability to look at every corner of a home in so much detail that you’ll actually feel like you’re there.

So what does this mean for the future of real estate?

For starters, 62% of Americans would be more likely to choose a real estate agent who offered VR house tour capabilities over an agent who did not.

Make sure you follow me throughout next month (Facebook or Instagram) to catch up on my adventures and learn more about how technology is changing the real estate game!


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Kenneth Manesse

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