What is the difference between a cookie-cutter virtual tour and one done by a Real Tour Vision full-service dealer? I just read a very well-written blog by Stephanie Potter of www.shotyoulive.com and would like to offer a few thoughts.
We've done hundreds of virtual tours and realize how busy real estate professionals are. We've "been there" (bought and sold homes) and know that this is 1 of the most disorganized times of a person's life.
We help by providing what I refer to as "virtual tour tips" prior to each appointment.
We recommend to Realtors, "even if you don't use us, recommend that your listings follow a set of guidelines prior to taking photos."
A few items from the list are as follows:
- clearing the refrigerator of magnets, photos, sports schedules
- putting garbage cans out of sight
- bathroom sinks (showers and bathtubs too) should be empty
Feel free to visit our website and click on the Tour Tips link at the bottom of the page.
After all, the camera will see what's there.... and our job is to make you look like a million bucks!
As Real Tour Vision full-service dealers, this is our company, our livelihood. Real estate professionals love it that we step up and "make the difficult requests."
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