Technology has once again made itself useful in the real estate business through the use of 3D rendering in staging or presenting homes. Its use of Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) makes it flexible when staging a home that catches your buyer’s attention almost instantly.
Did you know that 90% of buyers nowadays resort to the internet when looking up properties they want to consider according to the National Association of Realtors report. This is way easier and eases the minds of both the buyers and sellers of real estate. Since, for sellers, there is no need to spend too much on dressing a physical room, house, unit or any other project. This is also helpful for buyers who don’t have the time and luxury to be physically present at the project site and can be limited to just looking at blank interiors.
What is Virtual Staging?
Virtual Staging is basically traditional home staging except done on a computer. It is usually executed on empty houses that need furnishings to look much more realistic and homely. It also helps architects and designers stage their designs in an accurate representation of what their clients want for their projects. With the current technological advancements giving 3D renderings and CGIs looking more real than ever, it helps buyers visualize their future homes at their finished state.
Virtually staged properties get the upper hand in the real estate industry since a majority of prospective clients utilize the internet. In which, 85% of them put a great deal on the photos when viewing online listings, based on the experience of professionals in the industry.
The Perks of Virtual Staging
- Proven to catch attention and sell faster
- Boosts traditional home staging by giving it a virtual upgrade
- Increases profits more than presenting vacant homes or lots
- Is cost effective than physical staging
- Creates realistic pictures or renders of the actual room or house
- Homes can be virtually staged faster, with some even before construction