Well, due to obvious concerns with face to face viewings, virtual viewings are encouraged under current public health guidance. As an agency we have been offering virtual reality tours of properties, this service has really come into its own during the pandemic as we have sold and rented properties off of the back of it. If you would like to have a virtual reality tour of your property, email email@example.com; however if it is unavailable at the requested time, you should record your own virtual viewing. In order to showcase your property in its best possible light whilst recording your virtual viewing, be sure to check out our virtual viewing top tips:
- Preparation is key:
Preparation is key for your outdoor spaces as well; even more so now as lockdown has made outdoor areas highly sought after. This prep doesn’t need to be extensive, simply mow the lawn, sweep patio areas, plant brightly coloured plants and even arranging flower pots can help.
- Plan your route:
You should spend more time exploring key areas and spaces. Obviously all properties are different, but spend time to think about your favourite areas or the aspects that drew you to your property in the first place. Perhaps you have a newly refurbished kitchen, a stunning view from your bedroom, by-folding doors leading to a patio, an en-suite or even a vibrant front door. As previously said, gardens and outdoor areas are hot spots for house hunters due to lockdown restrictions, so be sure to spend time whilst recording in these areas if you have them.
- Let’s talk about the camera:
- Mute the sound:
After using our top tips, I’m certain that your video will be clear and professional and be a real hit with our house hunters. For any further advice please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We will look forward to seeing your virtual viewing.
This post is inspired by Property Mark’s ‘HOW TO SHOWCASE YOUR PROPERTY USING VIDEO DURING CORONAVIRUS’. If you want to see their version, click here https://www.propertymark.co.uk/advice-and-guides/coronavirus-covid-19/video-viewings/