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Real estate office agent meeting: what would you pitch in 10 minutes?12327

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If you had 10 minutes to present your virtual tour business to a group of agents, what would you cover?
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How to use a tour in a listing presentation, cost, convenience. Social marketing with VT's. I would not spend a lot of time explaining how it can be used for Open Houses - the listing agents rarely host their own Open Houses - IMO. Or I'd ask the agents:"how many of you host your own Open Houses for your listings?" and go from there. I'd have a tour ready to go on an Ipad or some other way to demo the navigation.
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@homefinders3d Its going to be a Zoom meeting
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@GETMYVR I would hit them with a Covid hook explaining that as the country opens up buyers are skittish about viewings. touch on the benefit of tours for occupied listings, homeowners want as little physical traffic as possible. Helping to obtain listings and screening "Lookers" is a benefit. Id do a 1 minute example of navigating a tour as an Open House, using the agents as the homebuyers.

I would practice a couple of times. In my marketplace some homes are selling sight unseen, a tour increases the chances of that happening.
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@GETMYVR I'll be honest I dont fully understand the US realty system (i.e. listing vs any other types of agents) but here in the UK a major selling point is the ability for an 'agent' to communicate directly through the tour with potential buyers. Showing the tour in a virtual viewing to multiple parties at the same time (if applicable). Not sure if thats done in the US but it obviously can increase competition for a property.

Not sure you'll have time to do it now but maybe something that maybe looking at next time.

The only one im familiar with is the 'Eyespy360 Live' version but I know other people have/or are developing similar CloudPano / 3dVista etc so Im not advocating one over the other

So the product/idea is described in this video EyeSpy360 Live

You could create your own video by recreating a demonstration yourself and using a screen recording app to capture it.

You could then share that video during your Zoom call talking over the top if the video
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Less time wasted on viewings
Less money wasted
No discomfort to sellers
Buyers vet themselves if the property is a fit = less viewings and running after keys
Let them see it from all angles like they are there.
Better than video and photos combined , to sell a property. Photos and video is dead.
You are 5 years too late to start adopting the tech now, so you better start.
It is very easy to do yourself* just joking.

Dan made a pitch about 4 years ago to a group of Realtors, maybe he can get that video out of the archives, as it was spot on.

I wont hammer to much on Covid, give them value. As I think Covid is now overplayed and the plandemic will go away as soon as Vacine Gates gets his cure.

Value is you are not just delivering a tour. Look at the add ons that you can sell them or add for free.
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Video: WGAN-TV We Get Around WalkAround Presentation by Chief Photographer Dan Smigrod - Part 1 | September 29, 2014

Video: WGAN-TV We Get Around WalkAround Presentation by Chief Photographer Dan Smigrod - Part 2 (Q&A) | September 29, 2014

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Originally Posted by @Gerhard
Dan made a pitch about 4 years ago to a group of Realtors, maybe he can get that video out of the archives, as it was spot on.


@Gerhard

Thanks for remembering my six-year-old 10 minute presentation.

@GETMYVR

Note that I never mention Matterport in my 10 minute presentation. Only the We Get Around WalkAround brand. (I only say Matterport when a prospect mentions Matterport.)

Consider beginning your Zoom chat with three poll questions:

1. Are you seeking more listing presentation opportunities? (yes)
2. Would you like to win more listing presentations? (yes)
3. Would you like to sell bigger, premium listings? (yes)

Using our solution you can help home sellers:

1. Get more offers
2. Get more offers for the most money?
3. Get more offers for the most money with the least amount of stress (fewer people visiting the house; having to clean the house; pack-up the kids and step out of the house)

Does this help?

Dan
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This guy named "Dan" keeps posting here.... You might want to use some of the Inman information he brought up


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Inman (24 June 2020) Stop letting strangers into your listings! A call to end open houses

"Very few homes are actually sold at opens (stop right now with your one-off examples of where it’s happened). According to the NAR’s 2019 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, a whopping 6 percent of buyers find the home they purchase via open houses and yard signs combined," reports Inman.

"Thanks to the marvels of the internet, your listing is virtually open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to anyone on the planet with an internet connection. Opening the physical doors for a couple hours on Sunday afternoon is insignificant compared to the potential exposure of the internet," reports Inman.

"Open houses are old-school. In 2001, 15 percent of buyers found a home via yard sign and open houses, while 8 percent found their home on the internet. Last year, the yard sign and open had dropped to 6 percent, and the internet exploded to 52 percent. Something about that always on, “virtual open” works, and it works quite well," reports Inman.

Source: Inman
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