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Little Hinges Swing Big Doors

The Property Tribune

The Proptech Association of Australia put together an expert set of judges from both real estate and technology backgrounds to oversee the awards.

Comments from the judging panel for Little Hinges read: “great initiatives in the product that look to challenge many existing elements of ‘dominant logic’ within the real estate industry”, and “smart platform that brings some blue ocean thinking to a competitive part of the market”.

Brisbane Start-Up Leads Property Virtual Tours Boom

The Urban Developer

“We thought about the amount of time, and often difficulty, required to attend physical inspections and have now virtualised the experience to an unbelievable level of intricacy and detail.”

While VR tours and 360 degree plug-ins have been available to realtors for some time, Little Hinges platform and use of technology goes further, amplifying user-ability and utility to unlock and drive additional revenue streams for its clients.

Virtual inspections see Brisbane market momentum continue

Elite Agent

While 200 physical open homes were cancelled due to concerns of a possible outbreak of a highly contagious strain of COVID-19, other agents were able to carry on showing listings thanks to technology.

Josh Callaghan, CEO of Virtual Tours Australia, revealed they saw 1280 groups walk through open homes across Queensland using their system during restrictions. Each spending a duration of three-minutes-plus on average.

RE/MAX goes 3D

Real Estate Business

RE/MAX Australia finance director Chris Chapman said that the deal stands as a crucial part of the franchise’s ongoing digital transformation.

“VTA brings a one-click property scan booking solution to RE/MAX agents, increasing efficiency, and reaching more buyers and renters more quickly,” Mr Chapman said.

Are we headed towards real estate’s ‘taxi’ moment?

CEO Editorial - Real Estate Business

While 200 physical open homes were cancelled due to concerns of a possible outbreak of a highly contagious strain of COVID-19, other agents were able to carry on showing listings thanks to technology.

Josh Callaghan, CEO of Virtual Tours Australia, revealed they saw 1280 groups walk through open homes across Queensland using their system during restrictions. Each spending a duration of three-minutes-plus on average.

The pandemic has forever changed how property will be purchased

The Property Investor

Real estate 3D virtual tours are not about marketing. They’re not photography on steroids. Virtual Tours allow sellers and agents to open a property to anyone anywhere in the world. It’s the open home on steroids. 

From overseas and interstate buyers, busy families, fly-in-fly-out or shift workers and a whole lot of other influencers in the buying process.

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