Dear team RTV,
I wanted to share with you how fantastic your team has been to me, I finally got my Virtual Tour Training completed and I have been working to get up and running. As you know, I bought my package over 2 years ago and because of my mother passing away I wasn’t able to train or even launch my virtual tour company in a timely manner. But last week I finally completed my training.
Ben has been a great asset and quick to respond as if I am the only person in the world. He is a true customer is #1 type employee. The other person was the gentleman that trained me , he understood every detail of the process and set the pace of the training to my needs , didn’t treat me like some noobie when he saw that I had some computer skills.
By the end of the conference call , I felt like I completely understood the process and he left no stone unturned . RTV is truly a leader in the marketing of anything related to housing, businesses or anything else that you can imagine.
You have a fantastic core team so far in every person I have had the pleasure of working with to date . I also do commercial real estate in the valley and will be adding this to the many marketing services that I provide for my clients.
Groovygeeks – Virtual Tours
Las Vegas Virtual Tours
Virtual tours are a useful tool for selling real estate, booking hotel rooms and checking out your local Doggie Daycare. While these type of tours are commonplace, Real Tour Vision providers everywhere have had some strange and unique virtual tour requests.
About a year ago I had a virtual tour provider in Florida have someone in his area fill out a Contact for Order on our website. Her business was listed as a popular discount hair salon so when I called the virtual tour provider I speculated that maybe she wanted a spin of the salon. He pondered this with me, wondered how many spins he could possibly do for a $10 hair cutting place, but made the call anyway to see what she wanted. Turns out we were way off! Apparently this woman didn’t want a tour of the salon she worked at, but wanted a virtual tour of herself…in..um, interesting situations. I received a very amusing call from the provider after his conversation with her. Sure, it didn’t turn out into a sell, but it sure gave him a good laugh and that can be worth a lot.
Of course not every unusual request is of that comical nature. Here are a few unique virtual tours I’ve seen come through our server. View these tours and start thinking outside the box about how virtual tours can be used in more ways than you’ve imagined.
For instance, have you ever seen a virtual tour of a cemetery? This one was shot by Steve Domark and makes for a very interesting addition to his tour gallery.
What about Motor homes? You may wonder how one can shoot in such a confined space but our provider in Texas did a phenomenal job!
Speaking of motor home, Britt Mcallister did this tour of a mobile cigar bar. Now this place is definitely unique!
And our Rock Star of interesting and amazing tours, in my opinion, Tinus Le Roux. He has done tours for entire cities like Cape Town , Sports stadiums like Gauteng Stadium and a whole slew of national parks like Augrabies Falls National Park . His tours are amazing and beautiful!
What are some of your interesting and unique tours? What has been your most unusual request?
Director of National Accounts
Real Tour Vision
Virtual Tours of tomorrow
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We thought that we would share this article with you that was written by Kenneth R. Harney and published in Realty Times on March 13, 2008. We encourage all of you out there to share this story with your customers and potential customers:
You might assume from the steady drumbeat of bad news about housing and real estate that there’s nothing encouraging out there in the economy. But you’d be wrong. And you might just be missing some positives in the market equation that you could put to work for you. So amid the gloom and doom, here are a few examples of trends that are at least slightly hopeful … and might even be helpful:
Number One: New mortgage applications nationwide jumped last week for the first time in more than a month, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
New applications for loans to purchase houses — a very important indicator of home buying in the months ahead — were up by 1.4 percent on a seasonally-adjusted basis. But they rose by a surprising 14 and a half percent on an unadjusted basis — that’s the raw numbers last week compared with the week before.
Why the sudden increase?
Get the rest of the story here: Real Estate Outlook
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Real Tour Vision’s latest completed 3D rendering project was for a developer in Bonaire, an island in the Netherland Antilles located just north of Venezuela. The developer had some raw land and plans for a subdivision. He contacted RTV to have his ideas and plans turned into 3D renderings that he could use in marketing materials and on billboards to generate excitement for his new development. The assets he provided were some photos and a plot map.
Within a relatively short amount of time RTV turned his assets into the beautiful 3D rendering you see here.
If you come across anyone who has an architectural design or development for any type of 3D rendering project have them contact Ben Knorr at Real Tour Vision .
Real Tour Vision
National Virtual Tour Company
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Dear Real Tour Vision Staff,
John Ferrante, virtual tour provider of Fort Lauderdale and his staff were very professional. Their work is extremely impressive and they are a service orientated team that are result driven. I have had my virtual tour opened on 140 times in almost two weeks. My open house landed me with an offer and I have showed my house eight times in two weeks! Though I declined the offer, I know that Real Tour Vision has had a substantial positive impact on my showings. Thank you REAL TOUR VISION!
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