RTV's new virtual tour software program, Fusion could not have come out at a better time for me. I had been living and working at my virtual tour business in Summit County Colorado. It was going very well for me. I was a former Realtor and when the market went south I decided to go into Photography a passion of mine. So virtual tours and RTV was a perfect fit, then I decided to move back to my hometown and offer virtual tours of San Diego California. I moved out here in mid June and after a week of unpacking and getting my new home settled I went out and started visiting local real estate offices and joined the area Realtor association. I like to use constant contact to send out a nice professional email to potential clients. I put one together and sent it out to 250 agents and got 2 calls that week. Not huge results but it was something.
Then Fusion came out and I was able to do my first two virtual tours here in the Fusion model. I really like the design and the agents are happy too. Then what I do is make an email for the agent on Constant Contact that says – Broker X has a new listing in ---- -, I then put a picture I took, the listing information, a link to the virtual tour, and a block with the agents information. At the bottom I have: Virtual Tour provided by Ms. Virtual Tour and my contact info. I do this for free for the agent, it’s a win for them and for me and the agents love that I do that for them. When other agents see me sending this out it gets their attention. I had one agent in Summit County wanting to hire me to do all of his online marketing. Thankfully I was able to find a replacement in Summit County and would like to welcome Jen Munn to the RTV family.
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