Real Estate Simplified
Every so often there is a leap forward in technology that revolutionizes the real estate industry. It is almost impossible to imagine that roughly 15 years ago new listings showed up to a real estate office in a book (yes, a printed book) delivered every couple of weeks. There was one black & white exterior photo with some creative writing and that is how buyers decided which homes they wanted to view. The computer age ushered in an era where buyers were able to see a handful of poor quality photos usually taken by the Realtor, developed at the local drug store, and then scanned into the computer. The digital camera ushered in an age where buyers could see more than a couple of bad pictures of a home. While the quality of these digital photos have improved, they have also became too "Photoshopped" and do not really convey the true feel of the home.
The internet has given the home buyer more control than ever in the home buying process. 3D photography will now revolutionize how buyers view homes for sale. They will be able to see a realistic tour that allows them to "walk-thru" the home prior to seeing it in person. This 3D tour shows rooms at various angles and captures the various lighting. They will not only see how a home is laid out, but they will be able to get a sense of how a home lives. For the first time, potential buyers can really immerse themselves in a home prior to stepping foot in it.