Interactive virtual visits let users choose where to move within a property by clicking on special hotspots in the field of view. Visiting interactive virtual room is more complicated, but they're more user-friendly than guided 3D virtual tours so you can more efficiently show properties. Users can explore high-quality 3D renderings of the kitchen and bedrooms for example.
Open house visits are a fun way to explore a property, but when you go for a visit, you have to imagine what it might look like with your own furniture, setup and style. You may know the space is a great fit for your needs, but the current owner's furniture, staged furniture or empty rooms might not be conducive to really understanding what the home would look like if you moved in. Thanks to new developments in real estate tech, the days of imagining may soon be behind us. Now technology is looking to fill this imagination gap through the use of virtual and augmented reality, giving buyers and sellers a new way to experience properties. If a potential property buyer is taking a 3D real estate tour but wants to make changes to the interior, they could go to an online store, choose a different piece of furniture, and add it to their three-dimensional tour. By making these changes, they can style a property according to their preferences.