Tech Trends To Watch For In Real Estate- 2019
The tech trends to watch out for in 2019 are here!
As usual, we look into the New Year with a keen eye. My focus is on essential trends within the markets of real estates.
Primarily, the focus is on the places where homes are selling and across where the market has slowed up.
Looking across the range of factors, we find a new entry shaking up the real estates in the last few years.
That new factor is Technology and has a significant impact on marketing. Direct success relies on it to a considerable extent.
As stakeholders in real estate with the evolution of technology, here are our deductions.
These will be tech trends to watch out in real estate as for the year 2019.
The Online Inception
It has always remained a crucial part of selling homes, to take the potential buyer through the property.
The only interaction they had was the particular property description plus a couple of the photos they saw but now comes the real thing, seeing the actual house.
Potential buyers who narrow down to some final choice may require more than two or three walk-through in a day. That’s is exhausting to both parties (agents and clients).
Though a simple logistical task, it renders the client to see all the properties of interest within a considerable timeframe.
And on the same note, it is straightforward for the potential client to forget the features from each of the property that is without a subsequent visit.
An outstanding tech trend in real estate marketing
In that consideration, an excellent tech trend to watch out for in the real estate’s for 2018 is the emergence of virtual reality to complement or even come in place for a potential client’s property walk-through.
Towards creating the virtual realism of the tour to a potential home on sale, 360-degree photos of every room in the prospect property taken professionally. It’s the actual application by the use of advanced picture and data is processing that is attained by the use of a complex software application program.
The potential buyer may use their Smartphone, a computer or a special headset for virtual reality. The real estate agent and their potential clients have a shared opportunity to experience the realistic walk-through of the possible home right from one place, that is less stepping out of the real estate agents’ official business place or even the home of the potential client.
The deployment of this advanced technology will facilitate the clients have a view of more homes within some shorter duration; this automatically cuts the time required to visit each of the homes within a portfolio of those listed for sale. And luckily enough, should the potential client lose track of the viewed rooms, the virtual set up can rewind the specific views.
The Virtual reality software’s will keep on improving for the better. Over time it’ll be more available at lesser costs and become dominant in real estate interactions. It’s is one trend to keep an eye on in 2018.
Artificial Intelligence Software’s For Taking Your Phone Calls(tech trend)
Whenever you do a call to your bank, mostly your initial interaction will be attached to an intelligent robot. Robot chatting has now new stopover, that’s the real estate office.
Just as online reality, this tech will be more fantastic and cheaper. The target as a realtor is to convert leads when called by clients. Your great clients will find you out of office as you get ahead with others.
The tick with tailored Chatbot is its ability to:
- Re-direct phone traffic,
- To respond to simple requests and,
- To alert a customer agent.
Keep tabs on this for 2019.
The Enticing Progressions for Social Media
When did you last find a millennial less his a Smartphone, listening to music or taking a “selfie”? The folks now carry PCs in pockets or purses. Social media, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, make each of their free moments. Should Millennials decide to purchase a home, the first stop is on social media.
Facebook started as an entirely socializing suite for spreading personal photos, news, and views. Currently, it’s more of business.
Are you using Facebook for business already?
Keep it up on FB and tech trends to the rest of social media for 2019.