How to Create an Irresistible Virtual Tour With Hommati
How to Create an Irresistible Virtual Tour With Hommati
Multifamily updated 8 months ago

How to Create an Irresistible Virtual Tour With Hommati

Hommati offers 3D virtual tours and walk-throughs using an app available on the App Store and Google Play.

According to Florida Realtors, Tracey C. Velt, With a lack of inventory, buyers have to make quick decisions, according to Starr Keating, an agent with Coldwell Banker Vanguard Realty in Fleming Island.

 

 

“I had a listing where I used a virtual tour from Hommati. We had six offers on the property and the person who bought the house was moving from New York. They told me they couldn’t have made the decision without looking at the Hommati tour,” she said.

That’s the case for a lot of Keating’s buyers amid COVID-19, including global buyers and investors who need to make decisions quickly but can’t travel to the United States. “We had people from California and New York from the military, and they weren’t allowed to travel. You want tours that allow people to feel like they are walking into and through the house like they would in person.”

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Here are some ways Keating uses Hommati:

1. Social media marketing

2. MLS marketing

3. Create floor plans

“So many people from out of the country or state ask to see a floor plan. The service can create one that can be sent to potential buyers,” she says.

4. Listing presentations

“It’s a competitive market out there and everyone is looking for listings. I include some of my virtual, interactive tours in my listing presentation to show the sellers I’m going the extra mile. It stands out compared to the routine virtual tours.”

“Last year, we had a record number of sales and most people never came to see the house until closing. The aerial views of the community and the detail of the room-by-room visuals gave buyers who couldn’t see the confidence of the home that they were making a sound decision,” says Keating.

 

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