3D Virtual Walk-Through
If you’ve perused the blog at CarpenterKessel.com or seen some of our recent Social Media posts, you may have seen a fairly new concept in the real estate marketing we’ve been implementing in Brevard County – using three-dimensional photography and video to showcase the interior of properties currently for sale by our team.
Over the years, we’ve been fortunate enough to assemble a talented group of photographers, writers and designers here at Carpenter Kessel with Dale Sorensen Real Estate. Because of this, we are able to showcase our clients’ residences in this modern, unique, eye-catching way with the into to evoke emotion from the buyer.
This is the future of marketing, and we’ve always been on the cutting edge of technology here at Carpenter Kessel with Dale Sorensen Real Estate. We were the first in Brevard to use HD Video tours, the first to use drone technology and now the first to use the 3D home tours. This is an incredible way to view a listed home…but don’t just take our word for it.
The Altman Brothers from Bravo’s hit TV show Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles are renowned in industry for their elite clientele are using the same technology the Carpenter Kessel Team is utilizing.
Other real estate experts are also on board, calling the technology “the wave of the future” and “the way everyone will one day be purchasing homes.”
To see how this technology is being used on a local level, click HERE now to see a Carpenter Kessel listing that features this new marketing method with our blog. These are the links we send out to prospective buyers.
Now, a few particulars about using 3D photography in our local marketing efforts:
Our 3-D photography is taken on-site by our chief photographer, as well readings from infrared sensors.
These renderings are made possible with technology not commonly used in the real estate industry today, though it could be utilized more in coming years when costs decrease.
Thus far the Carpenter Kessel has showcased nearly 20 listings using this new technology.
The technology allows prospects to virtually “walk through a house” using their keyboard or smart phone.