Background

In a saturated market where technologies drive the economy, your customers are better informed about your real estate or furniture.  Therefore, their expectations of your added value are changing.

Ever-increasing requirements

76% of real estate professionals feel that their customers or partners are becoming more demanding.

Need to project

70% of all our body’s sensory connections are in the eye.

No wonder 80% of buyers of new goods/products/services try things out before purchasing them.

Flexibility

35% of 18-24 year-olds and 34% of 25-34 year-olds plan to buy a new home or have an ongoing project.

This hyperconnected generation (millennials) is reluctant to have to go somewhere and wait. It does, however, resort considerably to digital tools.

The advantages of virtual reality

Virtual reality is the only technology to provide an immersive experience of a real estate or furniture purchase before construction or manufacturing.

A fast, active sale

Your prospective customers can enjoy a full scale tour of all the properties of your real estate project. Their eyes, their bodies, their brains live the experience in full, as if they were actually there. It is easier for them to get the feeling of and remember the places so they can take decisions to plan the rest of the project.

As a professional, your advice is valued. In an instant, your customers can interact by modifying floor or wall coverings, the type of window, kitchen, bathroom or even how the garden is arranged.

 

With a split screen, you can chat in real time with your customers, their family members or friends, answer their questions and confirm their choices.

Unparalleled precision

You receive many questions about brightness, position relative to the direct or indirect neighbours… Respond to your customers by allowing them to see the different views. They can project them according to the time of day or season and calmly make their decisions.

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