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ART OF SELLING REAL ESTATE, A NEW TECH WAY!

Real Estate

ART OF SELLING REAL ESTATE, A NEW TECH WAY!

Realtors are using new technologies to drag customers for the sale of their properties. Now a days, property is becoming the most valuable asset a person can have or purchase. In order to sell properties like (Apartments, Homes, Houses or Shops) realtors are using drones and urbane software to showcase their properties in much better way than before.

Real Estate

MODEREN TECH WAY:

Drone photography and videos and urbane software programs are seeing best use between Realtors looking to get ahead with eye-catching visuals that will help sell homes and apartments.

Flying low over the trees, the tiny quadcopter slows and begins a steady climb. Mounting above the roof, it floats in place for a moment before flying over a cascade in the courtyard and sweeping along the verge of a swimming pool.

Welcome to the new age world of real estate.

“Drones can be used on every kinds of properties (Apartments, Homes, Houses, Shops, Plots),” said Bob Gonsalves, president and CEO of the U.S.

He added, it allows real estate agents to show off their real estates in a very exceptional way that you couldn’t have done many years ago.

SCOPE OF NEW TECH:

One of the film making company has since refined its floating productions, which now filming both the real estate world and the movie industry by the drones.

The property owned by Jason Gonzalez, who manages First Team Real Estate’s offices in Whittier and Fullerton, and Dean Lueck, a Realtor with the company’s Newport Beach location.

Gonzalez said aerial photography and filming have become an increasing bigger part of their marketing mix. In our company’s luxury division, where we have real estate and properties. It has become an inevitability, you get more offers and leads, but that’s really the outcome of all the things we do. The key is synergy.

PERKS OF NEW TECH:

Jordan Levine, a senior economist with the California Association of Realtors, said consumers have come to believe that kinds of visually spectacular and shared experiences today’s technology can provide when they’re shopping for a real estate.

“They are doing their homework online to see what the trends are in modern world and they expect to see accordingly like HD images and more Matterport-like stuff because that has becoming more and more usual,” he said. “And from a seller’s point of view you want to put your best efforts first … you want something unique that will drag more and more leads/deals and bring more traffic possible.”

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