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Virtually Sold – Opening Virtual Doors To Listings

The housing market remains open and thanks to virtual tour technology, will continue to remain open even under the most trying of circumstances.

If you are looking or needing to move during the next few months but are naturally concerned by the idea of people viewing your property then a new solution is available.

Virtual Viewing Technology

Successive lockdowns and social distancing have pushed virtual viewing technology from a nice-to-have to an absolute must-have and here at Robert Leech, working alongside Giraffe 360 to provide clients with this capability, there is no longer any need for any downtime.

Virtual doors to listings during a time when potential applicants are not able to view, means services to vendors continue even throughout this difficult period.

How will Giraffe360 help you sell your home?

Giraffe360 is an immersive viewing experience, providing potential buyers with a tour of your whole property, without stepping through the door.

The various views – including by floorplan or virtual tour – means they can explore your home, room-by-room, before deciding whether to take the next step.  

Not only does it give the highest resolution virtual tours on the market they also allow ‘accompanied’ virtual viewings.

You can now walk and talk potential purchasers through your property without them stepping over the threshold.

For more information

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Company Name: Robert Leech Estate Agents
Contact Person: Sales & Marketing
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Phone: 01883 717272
Country: United Kingdom

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