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Real Estate Listing Video Tours

With so many informed buyers in today's market, video tours are helpful to showcase a property before a client sees it in person.  We've been using streaming video tours for years.  We prefer live video because it feels more life-like with moving water, trees swaying in the breeze, and of course the ocean waves look spectauclar!   Some agents use still photos streamed together, but we love capturing the home with footage.  We are using youtube.com to host our videos and then link to various websites and feature on social media sites.  

Take a look at our new listing 30 Poppy Hills, Laguna Niguel, CA video tour: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Szuz_y-uKpA&feature=share&list=UUOVMJnjcy0agEg1bf3pCx9Q

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 This home is absolutely stunning with European design throughout.  It is located in guard gated Ocean Ranch close to a shopping center and brand new movie theater.   

Are you using video tours?  What do you like and dislike about them?  

Comment balloon 3 commentsLee Ann Canaday • November 02 2012 01:14PM

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I have been doing vidoe tours for 4 years now. Sellers love them and so do the Buyers!

Posted by Peter den Boer, MBA,GRI, Associate Broker, Realtor (Atlanta Communities) almost 6 years ago

Hi Lee Ann...1st I'd like Welcome to Active Rain, Lots of sharing and friendships here.

Love this photo. I too like to use live Video's, People are more responsive to them that slick polished professional videos'

Oh..I subscribed to your Blog, have a fun and Successful day, remember to turn your cocks back tonight :O)

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Posted by Fred Carver Personal Real Estate Corporation, Accredited Real Estate Consultant (RE/MAX Camosun Victoria BC Real Estate) almost 6 years ago

Nice, but most of this "video" are still just still photos - there is very little video in this "video"!  

The narrator sounds like a computer voice reading an MLS listing.  "She" isn't even speaking in complete sentences!  Why talk about what you can already see?  

Posted by Steven almost 6 years ago

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