Selling a house can be very stressful, so anything you can use to make that process go quicker and smoother should be regarded. Find a great realtor who will showcase your property with amazing photos and offer in-person showings of the property. But what if you could add another level to your home sale? What if your clients could be shown a 3D model of the property where they could play around and place their furniture in the space to see how it would look. This technology is now available. Here is how using 3D visualization may help sell a property faster.
What Is It?
3D visualization is a computer program which allows a prospective buyer to essentially turn their potential purchase into a ‘doll house’ of sorts and place their own furnishings inside to see how it will look. There are a few companies out there that offer this programming, Faraday 3D is one of them, and by using their technology, you can get a clear view of what you are buying and how it will look when it is done.
What Is It Used For?
This new technology can be used from the start of the build until the end. You can use it to draw up floor plans for a new property that is not yet built. It can be used to add design elements to a finished building or it may be used by interior designers during a renovation. Realtors are also using this technology on future home buyers to help them get a sense of how their new home can work for their needs.
Is It Convenient?
Imagine having a home showing without ever setting foot on the property. With new software out there, this can be possible. Your buyers can get a view of the full property, inside and out, from the comfort of their own home or your office. They can see the layout, room size and all the finishes all on the screen. If all properties were mapped with this application, clients could see multiple properties all in just a few minutes, and can then decide which ones they want to see in person. This could maximize the time spent with each client for the realtor and allow them to see more clients in a day.
Can Home Builders Use This?
This application is ideal for home builders who don’t have model homes to showcase as they can ‘show’ the property to the buyer without having a physical lot to visit. It can often be difficult to visualize new builds based on paper floor plans, so having a 3D model to view can be very beneficial to potential clients, not to mention cost effective for the builder who won’t require model homes for viewings. 3D visualizations will help turn a home on paper, into a dream home for the buyer. Having this technology available to your potential clients, will also help to increase trust between the buyer and the builder as the buyer can suggest changes early on in the process, which will help cut costs down the line.
Property developers are ideal clients for 3D visualization to show town planners and local residents the new builds. Having a fantastic visual display may also help secure financing for the project early on in the process as it adds more weight to the business plan and shows the seriousness of the developer. If you are a property developer, consider working with a company that does 3D visualizations on your next project.
Buying and selling property can be an exciting time in your life, but it can also be very stressful. By adding tools that make this process easier, you can save both time and money down the line. For realtors, by adding a program that will allow your clients to picture themselves living in a space will ensure you maximize the time you spend with clients to help them find their perfect home quickly. If you are a home builder, you can save both time and money by having a 3D plan of your home models instead of inventory homes to walk through. Your clients will also appreciate being able to visualize the floor plan and make changes all before ground is broken. As a property developer, adding a stunning display to your plan may help you secure your financing by showcasing the seriousness of your project to your investors, as well as allowing town planners and local residents to see the project before it even begins.