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How To Optimize Curb Appeal

Posted by Sally on 6/6/18 2:23 PM

Many house hunters will decide if they like a home or not before they even see the inside. Improving curb appeal will generate more interest, improve click-through rates, and attract more leads. Consider these six important tips to achieve that "wow factor" for your listings.

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Benefits of Virtual Tours for Real Estate

Posted by Bryn on 2/28/18 3:48 PM

If a photo is worth a thousand words, can you imagine how many words a virtual tour is worth? Virtual tours of homes are a growing staple of real estate marketing for many reasons.

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6 Ways to Make a Bathroom Appear Larger

Posted by Sally on 11/7/17 4:31 PM

Small bathrooms can be a pain, especially for real estate agents. The good news is, there are a few tricks you can do to make the space appear larger, making it more appealing to clients. 

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Why Every Listing Needs a Floor Plan

Posted by Brede on 10/16/17 10:56 AM

Floor plans help prospective buyers understand the flow of the property in a way that photographs cannot do. Buyers want to make sure the space is laid out efficiently so it works to meet their needs.

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5 Home Staging Tips for a Virtual Open House

Posted by Brede on 9/28/17 4:02 PM

Positive first impressions on potential homebuyers go a long way. Since the majority of homebuyers begin their hunt online, it’s essential that everything they see portrays the home in the best possible way. Preparing a home to be captured in 3D is very similar to preparation for a regular photoshoot, with a few extra details to consider.

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How to Shoot 3D Real Estate Photography

Posted by Brede on 5/10/17 3:13 PM
 

Lesson 1: Shooting for Intuitive Navigation

If you haven't interacted with the virtual tour component of a Realvision property website, please take a few minutes to explore this Norwegian mountain escape or this stunning condo in Toronto before reading further.
Pay extra attention to the locations of the white navigation points that you'll click to move through the properties. We call these navigation points "scenes," and they are the subject of the first lesson in Realvision 101.
 
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