I have been a virtual tour provider for several years. RTV is hands down the best virtual tour software company in the industry. RTV provides lighting fast support, online seminars that are fun and informative on various topics like marketing, photography techniques, business strategies, and the product the product is fantastic to boot.
The major draw for me is that they offer a system for businesses like myself that streamlines the entire tour process from shoot to production to hosting. They even send my customers weekly stats. As a provider with RTV they often send me leads and direct jobs through their 32 national partnerships they have under contract.
My company produces nearly a thousand virtual tours annually, and I could not do it as efficiently any other way. There are other virtual tour building software companies, hosting companies, panoramic stitching software companies, equipment companies, and it is possible to spend a lot of time and money putting together your own system that works.
But you won’t find a single system that works for you like RTV does. You won’t find a system built from the ground up specifically for Real Estate photography and business virtual tours. You really can’t do any better if your in the business and depend on quality AND quantity with a fast turnaround for your customers. Is there room for improvement in their system? Yes. They aren’t a huge corporation with an unlimited budget. But they listen to the needs of their customers, prioritize their upgrades, and always surprise me with new and improved services. I can’t wait until the new RealTour Fusion system comes out any day now!!
Tally Tours Inc
Tallahassee Virtual Tours
Order a Virtual Tour (850) 491-3909
Myles produces all of the final products and virtual tours for Tally Tours. He turns Aaron’s photos into virtual tours, photo tours, and digitally enhanced still photos.
Myles started Tally Tours in 2005. He is a professional photographer with a degree in Digital Media Production from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ.
Myles worked in television and film production from 2002 – 2004. His credits include working with Good Morning America, VH1, various national television commercials, and many large TV & film productions such as MTV’s Making the Band, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, and M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village.
Myles began producing Virtual Tours and photography for real estate in Philadelphia before moving to Tallahassee with his girlfriend who has since completed her graduate degree in Classical Archeology from FSU.