How To Show Your Home During the Pandemic: The Definitive Seller's Guide to Virtual Tours and More
.... 3D tours
A more high-tech option for showing a home is setting up a fully fledged 3D tour. This is where a home seller, real estate agent, or a professional photographer uses a special 3D camera to capture images of the home.
These photos are uploaded into a proprietary software program that renders the visuals in three dimensions, creating a tour that can be uploaded onto a real estate listing.
Adding a 3D tour is a little more involved than taking a video on your phone, however—and it can also be pricey.
For example, the 3D visual platform Matterport offers packages ranging from $9.99 to $309 per month. Immoviewer's prices range from $69 per month to $799 per year. Typically, a listing agent will pay for this as part of the marketing material.
While 3D tours are still rare, some people insist that they're worth the cost, especially for higher-end properties. Homes can be viewed in several different ways, such as in dollhouse view, which shows how rooms are laid out in the house (see images below).
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