[Facebook] Virtual Doesn’t Mean Impersonal When It Comes to Real Estate
Can you really feel confident buying something as personal as a home just by seeing it online? 🤔
Viewing homes virtually has become the go-to first step of the homebuying process for many people. One survey found that now nearly 33% of recent home tour requests are for virtual tours 📈
Part of that growth is due to safety restrictions as a result of the 🦠 outbreak. Virtual tours only made up 2% of requests pre-pandemic.
But as virtual home tours become more popular, people are also learning one of real estate’s best kept secrets 🤫 … Buyers can still make personal connections to the homes they tour virtually.
Learn how virtual doesn’t mean impersonal and other Secrets Buyers and Sellers Must Know About Virtual Home Tours in our latest report.
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