Virtual tours are great opportunities to showcase a property. Stunningly designed spaces experienced via a 3D walkthrough excite buyers more than any words or static images could. They elicit emotions that help prospective clients form a connection with the property, persuading them to buy.
Yet, despite their potential, virtual property viewings are often designed inefficiently. Poor lighting and improper settings can detract from these tools' magic and convincing power. To harness the power of 3D virtual tours, you need to design them correctly from the start. Here’s how to do that.
Set the proper scene
The primary purpose of 3D walkthroughs is to help clients visualize themselves through the property. Creating the right atmosphere will help spark their imagination so they can picture what it’s like to own that piece of real estate. Create scenes that evoke emotions. Are they walking through a cosy living room? Add a comfortable sofa with a matching table before a burning fireplace.
Match the property with the right time and season. Are you selling a vacation home in the tropics? Capture the gentle breeze of a warm summer month with suitable curtains and cheerful furniture. When you help clients imagine how they’d utilise the space in real life, their chances of buying it increase. Remember, emotions play a huge factor in a person’s buying decision (albeit unconsciously).
Make it interactive
Set your virtual tours apart by making them interactive. Let clients play around with the interior design by swapping furniture and various assets with the ones they like. With the right tools, you can create an HD streaming experience that intuitively allows your client to interact with the design. This gives them control over their experience, further ensuring you’d capture the sale.
You’d know that a client is interested if they introduce their personality to your space. By letting them choose their own furniture and interior finishes, they become more interested in the property, which increases the likelihood of a purchase. Watching clients play around with your design also gives you insights into what consumers want and helps you create better designs for future walkthroughs.
Utilize a robust asset catalogue
To achieve both of the above, you need a tool that comes with a robust asset catalogue. Setting the right scene and making a virtual tour interactive is next to impossible if you only have a handful of assets to choose from. ’ catalogue has thousands of assets like interior & exterior finishes, furniture, and decorative elements that can be easily applied to any space.
With various true-to-life scale items, you can find the right asset to complement your architecture. Say goodbye to generic and boring assets and amaze your clients with aesthetically pleasing designs that match every mood and scene. You can also give customers the freedom to find the right furniture or finish they want to. Nothing frustrates a client more than having that mental picture of a vibrant red love chair and searching endlessly in a catalogue that produces zero results. Compromising likely won’t land the sale.
Create efficient property viewings with
Real estate agents have used 3D virtual tours for several years now. The recent pandemic accelerated the adoption of this technology, and now, they are a must-have rather than a nice-to-have. It’s time to take things to the next level. Generic virtual tours don’t cut it anymore. You need to give prospects an interactive experience that puts them in control.
With revvis, you can create the perfect space and allow your clients to customise it to their heart’s desire. Check it out today.