360° virtual videos can be used for showcasing high-end villas for sale, but they can equally be used to show the potential of renovation properties for sale in France. Within 7 days of 3DCam producing this 360 virtual tour, an offer was made by an international client to buy the property. The client had not physically visited the property and relied on the 360 video to make the offer.
Artaxa is a real estate agency based in the south of France. They have taken a great interest in 360° virtual tours because they have an international client base, who have a high demand to see the internal layout of the property. Artaxa also liked the fact that virtual tours reduce the number of questions about a property and the number of visits (thus saving precious time) and when a client wants to visit a property with a virtual tour they know that they are truly interested in the property making the visit extremely pertinent.
This Renovation project is an old barn, with great potential. Very healthy building in dressed stone with 45 m² floor space on 2.5 levels. In a charming village near Pézenas in the center of the village. Building permit of 115 m² living space with the possibility of extension of 35 m² on the existing garage of the same surface. The property also has a loft of 35m2, a spacious courtyard of 30m2 and another small courtyard of 20m2. Water and mains drainage connections made, as well as new windows.
3D CAM do not just use virtual tours as a piece of marketing (like still photos). In this case, it was one of our goals, but the main one for this property is the fact that the agency receives a huge amount of interest from potential clients, who once at the property are no longer interested because they think that there is to much work to be done. Since the creation of this virtual tour, the number of clients wanting to visit has gone down. Which is a good thing under these circumstances, because the few who have visited have all made offers to buy.