The world is changing and the real estate market has to keep up with it. People move more these days whether it is for work purposes or personal preferences. In 2014, a little over 35 million people moved in the United States. That represents almost 12 percent of the population. With the new methods of communication, the younger generation is less likely to be a sedentary as the previous one since the sense of remoteness is weaker with internet, phones and many apps that allow you to speak and text with your loved ones at a very low cost.
Buyers that cannot actually be physically present
Internet is the first medium for new generations to look for anything from a house to grocery shopping. The same target will be seduced by an upgrade to 3D Matterport Tours in addition to traditional real estate methods. Whether they live close or far away, this will allow another kind of buyers to have an overview of your property avoiding to waste their time and yours in pointless visits. If it is professional reasons that potential buyers move, sometimes on the other side of the country, the entire family has to follow. This situation is already very stressful for parents and children. The virtual tour is a mean to reassure the children in showing them their potential new home and its surroundings. It is also a great opportunity to show them their opinion matter.
The virtual tour is a quick and easy way to get everyone in the family’s approval when family members help a young couple buy a home. Parents that live far away from them can give their opinion on the house or apartment they intend on buying. Whether the help is financial or purely emotional, it is always good to have a second or third opinion on a big buy.
Buy before it is actually constructed
The virtual world offers a limitless world of possibilities in terms of real estate. Indeed, buyers or investors that are ready to wait in order to be able to move in or rent, have the opportunity to buy a property before the construction seeing only the floor plans. The virtual takes now this experience to another lever as it is easier for them to see themselves in a virtually fully constructed property and they are therefore more likely to buy it. In addition the virtual can allow them to modify what they want before it is actually constructed, saving money and time on both constructor and buyer’s side. The virtual option can show them different wall colors, kitchen options, room layouts, floors and they can already associate the space with a function and make the soon to be property theirs by customizing whatever they wish. With the economy crashing, people are more likely to invest in something concrete like real estate and the virtual tours can help them materialize their investment. Again, it is also a great way to show the property to whom it gets constructed for. Parents who are willing to buy a property for their child can visualize it together over the internet without actually having to match schedules. In a nutshell, virtual tours only have advantages.