Showing off your home to potential buyers may seem like an impossible task. As people practice social distancing to help stop the spread of COVID-19, most open houses are on hold, and in-person home showings are limited across the country.
How virtual tours work
Virtual tours offer home buyers a remote, video-enabled walk-through of a property that will give them the sensation that they’re actually there—or at least darn close. Now, online tours are more important than ever, since they’re often the only easy way for buyers to check out a home without physically entering the property. Virtual tours are recommended by the National Association of Realtors as a way to avoid face-to-face contact while marketing homes during the coronavirus crisis.
Types of virtual tours
1. A 360° virtual tour enables your web visitors to view everything within a physical location in 360° radius. One of the main benefits of 360° virtual tour is that it can deliver stunning visual impact. It is audience-captivating and could be determining factor in your customer’s decision to visit your institution.
2. 3D tour enables your web visitors to dip into the atmosphere of the institution. The 3D format is visually more attractive and realistic than pictures or panoramas because it allows seeing objects from different angles
3. 3D animation is used in 3D tutorials, interactive visualization of objects, 3D training and 3D games. 3D animation can be used to make your collections more attractive for visitors. With 3D animation, you can organize virtual tutorial or training without expensive logistics. 3D animation complements traditional objects.
Eventually, Virtual Reality allows us to implement our goals without leaving home, safely, with our health being protected, easily and comfortably.