Real Estate

Virtual Reality

Learn which VR platform is best for you. Use our tools to conduct thorough comparisons and find people to help you get started.

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3D Virtual

Home Tours

According to recent research from realtor.com®, consumers rank 3D virtual home tours as the second most desired feature in the home search experience, behind large, high quality photos.

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Get the facts

VR Professionals

I was shopping for a homes this summer, and I spent so much time looking at photos, looking at listings, and driving to see homes. My family was getting tired of it and I was getting frustrated. It felt like there was no end in sight. When I discovered VR, I was really excited. I imagined being able to see all of these homes and apartments, without having to physically go there. Unfortunately, most of the places I wanted to see didn’t have virtual tours. When I searched the internet, I found close to 30 companies that provided VR solutions.

There’s a lot to learn, and not a lot of places to go to find out all this info. I have consolidated this here for you, and hope it will save you some time.

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Solutions

Available VR Platforms

Matterport

Sunnyvale

Planitar

Ontario

iStaging

Taipei

Thinglink

Palo Alto

Roundme

Los Angeles

Holobuilder

San Francisco

GeoCV

New York

Cupix

Korea

Realvision

Minneapolis, MN

3D Vista

Spain

theConstruct

Amsterdam

VR Global

New York / Poland

LCP360

Des Plaines, IL

Real Tour Vision

Traverse City, MI

Insidemaps

Mountain View, CA

VirtualAPT

New York

EyeSpy360

London

Around Media

Belgium

Vieweet

London

VPiX

Monument, CO

FeelEstate

Germany

Yulio

Toronto

Nodalview

Belgium

immoviewer

Germany

Transported

Los Angeles

what you need

To Know

VR Ready

Able to launch the tour directly from the Oculus browser in a VR headset.

Cardboard

Able to view the tour in cardboard VR.

Smartphone

Able to create panoramas with a smartphone.

360 Camera

Able to use a 360 camera creating tours.

Video

Able to showcase 360 videos.

Custom Camera

A proprietary camera is required.

Interesting

Facts

Market Size

According to Goldman Sachs, VR will be an $80 Billion dollar market by 2025, with $2.6 Billion of that revenue emanating directly from real estate.

Property Listings

Statistics from REALTOR.COM show that listings with virtual tours get clicked on 40% more than listings without virtual tours.

From Realtor.com

Consumers rank 3D virtual home tours as the second most desired feature in the home search experience, behind large, high quality photos.

Mobile Apps

mobile applications are used by 68% of new home shoppers at the onset and throughout their research.

Prefer Tours

75% prefer virtual tours to assist in the decision making process

Online Search

According to a joint study by the NAR and Google, 90% of homebuyers did an online search when looking for real estate.