Usually, a real estate agent presents the customer with a long list of properties.  Then come the explanations, the negotiations, and eventually the real-life visits to homes and apartments which is not applicable today due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

This workflow has remained the same for decades, but it is inconvenient and time-consuming not only for realtors but also for homebuyers.

There's a game-changer, and it's already transforming the way the real estate industry functions – virtual reality (VR).

So would you like to find out how realtors can use virtual reality technology in real estate?

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