Viewing posts from May, 2009

Info-to-Go Box No More!!!

Do you use an Info-to-Go box to include brochures on your sign post? Do they ever run out? Well, with a PanoRider those days are over. There is no need to put papers that get wet or run out in front of the property any more. The PanoRider is always there giving the prospective buyer a more robust experience to learn about the property online. And as an option, we can attach your brochure to the virtual tour as a PDF file, so your prospective buyer can still get that piece of paper right from the website!


Virtual Tour Preparation

Getting setup and ready for your interactive 360 virtual tour is very important when marketing properties online. A 360 virtual tour will filter out many home shoppers and unnecessary cleanups so doing a great job on the first pass will certainly pay off in the end!

Virtual Tour Success offers a convenient checklist for you to give to your clients prior to the scheduled date of your shoot.  Remember that our 360 Tours will make your property look amazing online but our photographers are not able to stage or clean for you.
Virtual Tour Preparedness Checklist:
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The PanoRider™ Unveiled!

If you are a Realtor®, you are probably always looking for that edge over your competition. But you are only interested in marketing that works. The PanoRider provided by Virtual Tour Success is just such a marketing tool.

The PanoRider is a custom sign rider that hangs off your broker’s sign. It contains a unique web address for the property along with a full color panoramic photograph of the property. The web address is the same as the property address so it is easy to remember for prospective buyers and neighbors.

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Are Virtual Tours Worth the Expense?

Our virtual tours cost anywhere from $100 to a few thousand depending on your client. Whether you are a seasoned real estate professional or just getting started, you watch every penny you spend on a listing. Why should you spend the extra $100 and up for a virtual tour or professional photography?