The future of sales involves the use of computers
With advancements in computer technology and intuitive software programs, businesses can now create 3D modelling of new products and objects prior to the selling or viewing process .
Architectural virtual reality eliminates the need to spend time and resources while still being able to visualize, create and render photorealistic 3D images of the end result.
For example, realtors attempting to sell or view a newly constructed apartment or house can easily and efficiently render the final result instead of doing a real home staging.
Through a detailed 3D rendering of a home or a property, potential customers have the ability to virtually “walk” through the object in a so called virtual property viewing and explore it from the comfort of their home.
Done professionally, it can help the viewer feel truly immersed in the experience and even have a positive impact on the decision making process.
Placing luxury objects through the use of 3D rendering into a property can vastly improve how that object is perceived in the eye of a potential buyer, making it easier to justify the higher selling price for the property.
This is both more cost effective and easier than actually buying real objects like statues and historical paintings.
Resolve Issues Efficiently
3D virtual modeling and VR architecture modelling enables potential issues that may arise during a construction to be resolved easily. Addressing issues when a construction has begun or too late could result in very high and unexpected costs.
Recreating the blueprint of a property into a virtual building can help avoid such issues where required changes can be made easily and before the construction has begun.
Be on the Bleeding Edge
Using 3D rendering in real estate tours as proof of concept during meetings not only places you above the competition but it also creates confidence in the potential buyer as it suggests that you have high industry knowledge.