Virtual Tour
Slideshows

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Experience Something Completely Different. The Most Powerful Real Estate Marketing Ever.

What We Do Best

Listing Marketing Pros / LMP 360 Media has been providing Real Estate agents with cutting edge virtual tour technology since 2009. Our branded virtual tour slideshows are packed full of features designed specifically for Real Estate Agents.

Virtual Tour Slideshows

*Includes discounts on additional services

50% of Purchasers Found Virtual Tours Very Useful in Making Their Decision

From

$200

Homes 0-2,999 sq.ft

Camera
Professional Photography
Cloud
Blue Sky Guarantee
Gallery
High Res Images
Link
Trackable Links
Branded video
Branded Tour
Video
Editing
Professional Editing
Music
Background Music
Non branded video
Non-Branded Video
Team
Co-Branding
Globe
Branded Virtual Tour
Slideshow
Stats
Weekly Seller Stats
Lead Capture
Lead Capture
Mobile
Mobile Friendly
Domain
Custom Domains
MLS
MLS Compatible
pencil
Customizable
Share
One Click Sharing
Support
Support

Compatible With

Proven Results

Listing Marketing Pros/LMP 360 Media’s virtual tours have
proven results that our virtual tours are designed to get your listing more exposure!

Tours Delivered

Times Viewed

Increased ROI

Slideshow

Branded Virtual Tour Slideshow

These branded virtual tour slideshows have your contact information on them making sure potential clients find you.

MLS Compliant

Every virtual tour includes a non-branded tour link that can easily be put into your MLS listing.
For Sale
Report

Weekly Email Stats

Branded weekly email stats that show all the important stats about your tour. You can even have it sent to your client every week.

Tour Gallery

These galleries are designed to feature all of your listings without you ever having to lift a finger. They automatically update everytime your virtual tour goes live.
Tour Gallery
Floor plan

Interactive Floor Plans

Add a floor plan to any virtual tour slideshow. When the floor plan is added to your tour slideshow, the images will be attached as interactive hot spots that can be clicked allowing potential buyers to navigate the home.

Property Week Found That Virtual Tours Reduced the
Number of Wasted Viewings by 40%

Share

Social Media

Easily share your tour across all of your social media.
Flyer

Flyer

All tours include a basic flyer that can be printed out. These flyers are even attached to the tour so people can print their own.
Mobile friendly

Mobile Friendly

Our tours look amazing on mobile devices and are fully responsive.
Youtube Icon

YouTube

A branded video of your images. This can be uploaded easily to Facebook, YouTube and more to show off your new listing.
QR Code

QR Code

QR Codes give you the ability to scan and view a listing virtually anytime or anywhere

Statistics for Real Estate

The National Association of Realtors is another group who has a vested interest in determining if virtual tours are helping or hurting their member’s businesses. Their annual reports are always great sources of research into the subject. Some recent findings include:
● More than half of U.S. adults who use the internet have taken a virtual tour
● 54% of buyers will not look at a property unless it has virtual images
● 50% Found virtual tours very useful in making their decision
This finding backs up an additional finding from a Realtor.com study, that found listings with a virtual tour get 87% more views than those without virtual tours. In addition, Property Week found that virtual tours reduce the number of wasted viewings by 40% which means they are responsible for increasing the likelihood of visitors closing a sale while navigating on a given website. Lastly, Planet Home’s ‘Trend Study’ concluded that 75% of potential customers and visitors consider a virtual tour to be a major decision-making tool before proceeding to a purchase. It’s clear that virtual tours are becoming a vital part of marketing both businesses and homes.

Virtual Tours Keep People Looking at a Website 5 to 10 Times Longer.

360 photos and virtual tours are sources of deep engagement, especially when combined with hotspots and meaningful content

● In 1981, 22 percent of home buyers read newspaper ads to find a home and eight percent used friends as an information source. In 2018, 44 percent looked for properties online first.
● The world we live in today is a digital one and searching for a home is no different. Buyers now have apps that let them search by location and neighborhoods. Online listings have virtual tours so viewers can look at a bunch of potential homes while narrowing down their search to a select few in the effort to save time. Online searching maximizes the ability to compare and contrast homes on the market by selected features. Most of this is done before a potential home buyer connects with a real estate agent.
● Also in 1981 the top way to find an agent was through friends, relatives or neighbors. In 2018, buyers worked with an agent 87 percent of the time to find their home, so trust in a REALTOR® is still king. While the initial process may start online, home buyers turn to the advice from a trusted real estate agent. The difference is that home buyers are entering the process more educated about the market before they speak to a home seller or an agent.
● In addition to the home buying process, REALTORS® also utilize technology in their everyday business practices. Staying up to date with new technology is important, but also cited as one of the biggest challenges for firms in the next two years.
● Over 90 percent of real estate firms have websites, and the most common feature on their websites were property listings. Along with web use, REALTORS® are also using their mobile devices for a multitude of different activities, with the primary being to communicate with their clients. In the Real Estate in a Digital Age report, we examine the process home buyers go through in the initial online search and how REALTORS® are connecting with customers in the digital space.

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