Our 3D property technology is state-of-the-art and is designed to offer prospective buyers or tenants the ability to view your property without having to step foot in your house. It saves time and reduces risk to both the potential purchaser and to the vendor.
Available via our website 24 hours a day the virtual tours benefit both the potential purchaser and the seller as it saves time on viewings which have may have little or no potential to progress further, especially relevant in the current climate. They also reduce the time necessary to prepare for each viewing.
We’ve updated our website to include a new ‘Virtual Tour’ tab on applicable properties. This makes it really easy to access the tour without the need to download any special software or complicated mobile apps.
You can view some live examples of virtual tours that we’ve recently completed here:
This substantial 7000 sq ft Grade II Listed country home enjoys a wonderful setting on the outskirts of the village convenient for the local amenities. Believed to be 17th Century with later Georgian additions Moor Hall offers stunning period features which are complemented by luxurious recent finishes with the added benefit of a substantial self-contained annexe wing and detached indoor heated swimming pool. The grounds are a particular asset to the property enjoying a parkland setting and are rumoured to have been designed by Capability Brown for his mother who once lived at the property. In all about 5.5 acres.
Set in 2.2 acres is this exceptionally presented four bedroom (two en-suite) single storey property, comprehensively refurbished and occupying a semi-rural setting. Benefits include a double garage, ample parking, large garden with open views and equestrian facilities.
At David Burr, we have a complement of Virtual Reality photographers who have years of experience in showcasing your property in the best possible light. With their help we’ve put together some useful tips on how to help prepare your property before they visit.
Tidy the Outdoor Space
As it’s the first thing people see of your property, focussing on the exterior is just as important as tidying the inside. Mowing the lawn, pulling up weeds and tidying the children’s toys away are all quick ways of improving the general feel of a garden.
Declutter your home
A simple trick, removing clutter makes your home appear tidier and therefore roomier. Put kitchen appliances in cupboards and cut down on the number of shampoo bottles in the shower to quickly create the illusion of more space.
Look out for cobwebs, dust dark corners and scour grouting on the bathroom tiles to enhance the overall feel of a room.
Good Lighting is key
A straightforward way to make your house appear homelier is to improve the lighting. Replacing broken bulbs or strategically placing lamps can add light to dark corners, making rooms appear bigger and the property more attractive generally.
At David Burr, our professional photography and experienced team will help you showcase your property to its best. If you would like to have your property given the virtual treatment then please contact your local David Burr office. We’re always happy to help!