ST. DAVIDS, Pa. – April 22, 2021 – PRLog — According to a recent report (https://www.homelight.com/blog/how-long-does-it-take-to-sell-a-house/), on average, selling a home takes approximately 70 days on the market, from listing to closing, but thanks to the unique methods used by a Pennsylvania-based real estate broker, homeowners are selling their homes 31% faster and at a higher price.
“We just finished our 100th tour of the home at 1054 Whitegate Road in Wayne, Pennsylvania,” said Brett Furman (http://www.brettfurman.com/), owner of RE/MAX Classic and Brett Furman Group. “Kudos to our Chief Matterport officer Lisa Furman for hitting this huge milestone.”
Furman, an award-winning Real Estate Broker since 1986, explained that as it relates to reaching the new milestone and helping homeowners sell fast and for top dollar, “the stats are very impressive from this sophisticated computer camera. Filming each home takes, on average, three hours. The tours have produced impressive results including 76,200 total impressions which averaged an extra 762 views per tour.”
Furman noted that he has invested over $5,000 on the Matterport technology, a three-dimensional computer/camera system that creates realistic, fully immersive experiences.
“I still don’t understand why every home seller doesn’t demand the video,” Furman stressed, before adding, “Brett Furman group offers every home seller they represent a complimentary Matterport which allows prospective home buyers the ability to tour your property anytime, from anywhere.”
“My favorite part of the marketing is producing the floor plans,” Furman said. “It saves buyers hundreds of dollars since the firm also provides a free floor plan complete with dimensions and square footage of the inside of the home.”
Furman went on to note that the benefits of the videos are many. “They have the power to immerse home buyers in the experience of a property so they can create both an emotional and intellectual connection with the property,” Furman said. “Millennial buyers now comprise 35 percent of all new homebuyers on the market, which means higher demand for more engaging, interactive and mobile-ready content is critical. Studies have shown that sellers with 3D tours are receiving 403 percent more inquiries compared to those without video.”