Free Matterport 3D Tour When You List Your Henderson or Las Vegas Area Home for Sale with Michelle Sproul.
Matterport 3D Tour helps homeowners get more offers – faster – and for the most money (with the least amount of stress).
by Michelle Sproul, Realtor, National Properties Realty
As a tech savvy real estate agent, I include a Matterport 3D Showcase tour at no charge, when you list your home for sale with me.
Matterport 3D Tours help homeowners like you get:
- more offers
- offers faster
- the most money
That’s because a Matterport 3D Tour enables:
- 24/7 Open House for agents to pre-tour for their clients
- Across-town – and out-of-town buyers – to pre-tour your home
- pre-qualified buyers are doing actual walkthroughs (means less stress for you)
“The typical buyer began their home search online and then contacted a real estate agent,” according to a survey by the National Association of Realtors (NAR). “Buyers searched a median of 12 weeks and visited 10 homes.”
A Matterport 3D Tour will help you reduce weeks on market, increase visits to your home (virtually) and mean that buyers that do actual walkthroughs are pre-qualified. That’s because if a photo is worth a thousand words, a Matterport 3D Tour is worth a thousand photos to help potential buyers virtually tour your home.
2016 Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends
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Using data taken from the 2016 Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends report, this infographic takes a look at the characteristics of home buyers and sellers of different generations.
- 89% of homebuyers use some form of technology to help them with the home buying process.
- 47% of all homebuyers report using technology helped them save money
- 92% of homebuyers say technology helped them save time
- 90% of homebuyers report an overall positive experience when using technology
- 83% of homebuyers feel technology helped them stay organized
- 93% percent of technology users say technology allowed them to do things remotely they otherwise would have had to do in person.
According to NAR, its survey showed:
Buyers used a wide variety of resources in searching for a home. Top results showed 92 percent used the Internet, 89 percent used real estate agents, 51 percent yard signs, 45 percent each attended open houses and used a mobile application, and 42 percent used mobile search engines.
When buyers were asked where they first learned about the home they purchased, 43 percent said the Internet; 33 percent from a real estate agent; 9 percent a yard sign or open house; 6 percent from a friend, neighbor or relative; 5 percent from home builders; 2 percent directly from the seller; 1 percent a print or newspaper ad; and less than 1 percent from other sources.
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