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Virtual Tours have become one of the most important marketing tools for promoting a house online: Here are just 10 advantages of using a real estate virtual tour to market your listing:
1. More views. The average online listing with a real estate virtual tour receives substantially more views than listing without tour. (NAR survey 2009)
2. Permanent Open House. The virtual tour is like having a 24/7 Open House – without the presence of the realtor or home seller to show the property.
3. Saving time. It’s a tool to help the Realtor™ and home buyer pre-qualify properties, saving everyone time.
4. Instant information. The Virtual Tour can be easily found online and provide instant information for home buyers about the property, including schools, location and mortgage information. According to surveys, 90% of home buyers begin their search on the Internet.
5. Used in social networking. With just one click, the virtual tour can be submitted to popular social networking sites such as: Facebook, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Reddit and others.
6. Effective on real estate search engines. Virtual tours are effective on real estate search engines like Realtor.com, Zillow.com, Homeseekers.com, and Craigslist.
7. Easy to email. The Realtor™ or home seller can easily email their real estate virtual tour to a list of prospective buyers.
8. Home owner and Realtor™ partnership. The homeseller has the potential to use the virtual tour and be an active partner with their Realtor™ in marketing the house by sending out links to their social networks.
9. Tour provider—a marketing partner. Your Virtual tour provider has extensive social media networking experience and the ability to market the Realtor’s listings.
10. Homebuyers prefer virtual tours. Surveys show that over 80% of homebuyers state that they prefer a virtual tour when searching for a house and that the tour should be interactive so the homebuyer has control of what they want to view.