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Pros and Cons Of Doing Virtual Tours

Updated: Jul 7, 2023

Virtual Tour

A virtual tour is a modern way of showcasing your home to potential buyers. You use technology to create a video or a 3D model of your home that people can view online. You can also add some narration or text to highlight the features and benefits of your home.

Pros of doing virtual tours:

  • A virtual tour can reach more buyers and expand your market. You can showcase your home to anyone who has an internet connection, regardless of their location or schedule.

  • A virtual tour can save you time and money. You don't have to spend hours preparing your home or hosting visitors. You can also reduce the number of showings and negotiations with buyers who are not serious or qualified.

  • A virtual tour can enhance your home's appeal and value. You can use professional editing and lighting to make your home look its best. You can also provide more information and details than you could in person.

Cons of doing virtual tours:

  • A virtual tour can lack the personal touch and emotional connection that an open house can provide. Some buyers may want to see, touch, and feel your home before making an offer.

  • A virtual tour can be misleading or inaccurate. Some buyers may be disappointed or suspicious if your home does not match their expectations based on the virtual tour.

  • A virtual tour can require some technical skills and equipment. You may need to hire a professional photographer or videographer to create a high-quality virtual tour. You may also need to update your website or social media platforms to host the virtual tour.

Virtual tours is a convenient way to showcase your home that you're selling that has a very wide reach of audience but it isn't without it's drawbacks. You can always consult an agent and decide to make a virtual copy of your home for sale or do an open house instead.

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"The Mayora"

Krissie M

Customer Relations Manager

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