By Lee Davenport
Is your real estate sales business ready for the changes—whether short or long term—that coronavirus is bringing to the real estate industry?
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is urging people to work from home if they can. But articles that discuss what life will be like working remotely don’t get to the heart of what will help real estate agents be successful during this time. We need to be able to do what we do best as real estate matchmakers. So let’s address this important matter as quarantines and social distancing becomes more widespread.
Watch this short video for one tech tip that will help listing agents (who I refer to as Listing Leaders©) in an era where face-to-face might not be an option. I’ll give you a hint, it’s already widely used and we all should be utilizing it in our marketing.
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Dr. Lee Davenport is an Atlanta-based real estate coach who trains agents, teams, brokerages, and other business organizations on how to use today’s technology to work smarter. Join Lee’s free RE Tech Insider’s Club by visiting www.LearnWithLee.REALTOR.
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Creating 3D videos for listed homes tour will be helpful to both Agents and Buyers at this Stay at Home time. This will enable Realtors to keep physical distance and avoid open houses. Realtors list properties with actual photos. Photos enables prospective buyers to view and decide if interested in a home and like to view home physicaly. 3D; virtual tour or video recording often reveals more details about homes than photos. Viewing properties through 3D tour will definitely make difference in real estate market, not only at this time of Global Pandemic but for future real estate market.