Lamudi and MyPropery offer virtual tours of properties

As the Philippines’ Internet landscape continues to advance, the manner in which local real estate is marketed, bought, and sold continues to evolve with it. Convenience remains the name of the game, with buyers wanting to explore as many real estate options as they can, and sellers and brokers wanting to reach as many customers as they can.

Lamudi Philippines and MyProperty are looking to further improve property-buyers’ online experience via virtual tours. Developed by taking several photographs of a place and stitching them together to produce a full 360° view of the area, virtual tours give anyone who has Internet access via computer or smartphone a comprehensive view of a space from almost anywhere and at any time.

Lamudi Philippines’ Virtual Reality Specialist and Google StreetView Trusted Photographer Carlo Salgado says brokers and sellers stand to greatly benefit from the upcoming feature. “Interactive media such as virtual tours greatly increase views, and online listings with a virtual tour definitely receive more views than those without it.”


“Virtual tours would also save buyers, sellers, and brokers a lot of time,” Salgado adds, “as it works like a permanent open house, where property viewing can happen 24/7 even without the presence of the seller or broker.”

Apart from giving prospects a look at how properties on the market would look if they were actually standing in the space, virtual tours could also give them an idea of how these properties look during the day, night, and at different weather conditions.

Some popular examples of existing usage of virtual reality technology include the wide-ranging Google StreetView that gives a view of almost any place on Earth, the virtual tour of Saint Peter’s Basilica seen on the Vatican’s official website, and a virtual look at the U.S. White House as it was decorated for the 2015 Holidays.

The following weeks will see the increased availability of virtual tours on Lamudi Philippines and MyProperty, where users will be able to view an increasing number of properties from all angles and in one fluid manner. Both websites expect the virtual tours to increase viewership as a result; they will also greatly assist interested buyers in deciding on their next real estate purchase and help sellers and brokers efficiently market their properties to a larger number of prospects.

For a preview of the virtual tour, go here. For more information on the upcoming service, contact Lamudi Philippines or MyProperty.

Share this

Related Posts

Previous
Next Post »

July 22, 2016

Lamudi and MyPropery offer virtual tours of properties

| |

As the Philippines’ Internet landscape continues to advance, the manner in which local real estate is marketed, bought, and sold continues to evolve with it. Convenience remains the name of the game, with buyers wanting to explore as many real estate options as they can, and sellers and brokers wanting to reach as many customers as they can.

Lamudi Philippines and MyProperty are looking to further improve property-buyers’ online experience via virtual tours. Developed by taking several photographs of a place and stitching them together to produce a full 360° view of the area, virtual tours give anyone who has Internet access via computer or smartphone a comprehensive view of a space from almost anywhere and at any time.

Lamudi Philippines’ Virtual Reality Specialist and Google StreetView Trusted Photographer Carlo Salgado says brokers and sellers stand to greatly benefit from the upcoming feature. “Interactive media such as virtual tours greatly increase views, and online listings with a virtual tour definitely receive more views than those without it.”


“Virtual tours would also save buyers, sellers, and brokers a lot of time,” Salgado adds, “as it works like a permanent open house, where property viewing can happen 24/7 even without the presence of the seller or broker.”

Apart from giving prospects a look at how properties on the market would look if they were actually standing in the space, virtual tours could also give them an idea of how these properties look during the day, night, and at different weather conditions.

Some popular examples of existing usage of virtual reality technology include the wide-ranging Google StreetView that gives a view of almost any place on Earth, the virtual tour of Saint Peter’s Basilica seen on the Vatican’s official website, and a virtual look at the U.S. White House as it was decorated for the 2015 Holidays.

The following weeks will see the increased availability of virtual tours on Lamudi Philippines and MyProperty, where users will be able to view an increasing number of properties from all angles and in one fluid manner. Both websites expect the virtual tours to increase viewership as a result; they will also greatly assist interested buyers in deciding on their next real estate purchase and help sellers and brokers efficiently market their properties to a larger number of prospects.

For a preview of the virtual tour, go here. For more information on the upcoming service, contact Lamudi Philippines or MyProperty.

0 comments:

Tech-related Tags

abenson abs-cbn mobile abs-cbn tv plus acer adspark airborne technologies alcatel allphones allwinner amd amlogic android android one ansons AOC apple arc mobile asus audio technica avant axions ballistic beyond the box blackberry Blackview bluelounge boompods braven brother bs mobile cannice canon carmudi cd r king cherry mobile cherry prepaid ckk mobile cloudfone cloudpad cmk cellphones coloud corning cubix dell devant digital walker digits trading ding ding technology dropbox dtc easy taxi edge hd ekotek exynos facebook firefly mobile firefox os fortinet fujidenzo fukuda gigahertz gionee globe grab grabexpress grabheli grabjeep grabtaxi hanabishi hisense honeywell honor hoomia hoomia earphones hooq hotel quickly hp htc huawei hyundai ibm idc iflix infinix infocus instagram intel ios iphone itunes jabra jobstreet kalibrr karbonn kata ken xin da kickstart ventures kimstore kingcom kirin konsulta md lamudi lazada leadcore lenovo level-up games lg line link messenger marshall mec mediatek meizu memoxpress microsoft microsoft lumia move msi-ecs myphone neo netflix nikon nokia novo 7 tech o+ olx philippines onda onemos onkyo oppo paymaya pc worx philips pineng pldt fibr pldt home power mac center powerocks prestigio prestiz promate pyxis qnet mobile qualcomm qube razer redfox remix mini remix mobile rockchip royqueen samsung shopify siena mobile skk mobile smart smart bro sony Soundfreaq spinnr spotify starmobile sun cellular talk n' text TCL tdk tech21 techbox philippines telego the diff thl tm torque twitter uber urbanears viber10 villman wellcom western digital widget city windows WSI xiaomi yoobao z h & k mobile zopo ZTE zuk