As the technology for 3-D tours has become cheaper, more real estate agents are using virtual tours. Credit: GeoCV
MANHATTAN — Real estate broker Bianca D'Alessio was taken by surprise when a woman relocating from Boston to New York called last week with an offer on a new condo in an Upper East Side building, saying she had already done a “walk through.”
D'Alessio never took the woman on a tour of the model apartment at the Gianna, at 184 E. 64th St., but the buyer felt as if she had already seen enough of space, since there’s a 3-D model of it on the building’s website.
“I received an offer based on a visual tour,” said D'Alessio, of Nest Seekers. “You can zoom in onRead Complete Article