House hunters can now tour units through virtual reality. Many brokerages are allowing clients to use 3D video tours to view properties. This technology is ideal for showing units to international buyers or for showing unfinished properties. Clients can take virtual reality tours through online presentations, smartphone apps, or by wearing headgear for a full 360-degree view.
Mirador's Licensed Real Estate's Salesperson, Eydie Saleh, is featured in amNewYork commenting on the how economical the technology is. "It saves an enormous amount of money - like hundreds of thousands," she says. She encourages developers to view the virtual reality tours as a primary marketing tool instead of just a bonus tactic in real estate.
Read more of Eydie's insight on this new technology here.