Things to Consider When Taking A Virtual Home Tour

Dated: May 31 2020

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Featuring a Virtual Property Tours online which was once relegated primarily for luxury and high priced home in the past, is now an essential tool for Realtors and Homebuyers during this time.

As helpful and alluring as these videos for home buyers, this process is more complex and it requires multiple evaluations and much more than what you can see in these videos.

Keep in mind that it is important to have the right and trusted buyer's agent who can help you identify the following key points that you need to consider when taking a Virtual Home Tour.

1. Senses

How's the home's lighting, smell, and noise?

2. Personality

How's the floor plan? Understanding the actual flow an layout of the space is important like the scale, room size ceiling height, etc. 

3. Nitty Gritty Details

Are there any defects that cannot be seen online? How's the condition of the property?

4. Neighborhood

How's the location and the surrounding neighborhood?

5. Intel on the Property

Is there anything significant on the property that you need to know? Anything good or bad?

6. Overall appearance

How's the overall appearance that cannot be captured by a video? How's the roof, heating and cooling system, and other parts of the home?

As excited as you may be on finally buying your dream home, current times are a bit tricky. Get a trusted Realtor who knows what to look out for and will always do the work to your advantage.

If you or someone you know is looking for a new place to call home, we’d love to talk to you!

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Vanna has called Alaska home for the past 15 years. As a mother, real estate investor and previous business owner, Vanna brings many different perspectives when working for her clients. She has been a....

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