After prices of properties just got too high in Los Angeles my wife and I purchased a 22 unit in Cincinnati, Ohio at $30k a unit. Being in Pleasant Ridge, a B neighborhood that is improving rapidly, we have done a complete remodel of the first 11 unit building and have staged a 1 and 2 bedroom and done a 3D matterport tour of the units. I really like how it turned out but it is my first time using the 3D online tour. We want to put it on our website losangeleslivingcincy.com and hope it will be worth it as we will need to show the units to lots of tenants. Here are the links below to the 3D tour.
1 Bedroom Unit -https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=uXXR1Ak8zum
2 Bedroom Unit -https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=9HXBa5bkqA2
What do you think?
Anyone else used the 3D tour for apartment rentals?
I think the 3D tour is great! You can really get a good feel of the apartment, a lot of business is going online and people love to google things ahead of time. This will definitely help you going forward in the future as potential tenants can see if they area interested before contacting you, the apartment also looks great congrats!
I have the Matterport camera, I've been stumbling on getting a footing into the Indy market as a service provider. I'm an 14 year IT professional and when I saw the technology I knew it was the next thing. Large markets like apartments.com have nothing buy Matterport scans on their models.
Nice scans and very nice units.
I do think that Matterport is an important tool. I own a Matterport camera and believe it widens the audience to allow a property to be viewed from anywhere. Another great tool is a Ricoh Theta camera. While it does not have the tour component, it does allow for quick spherical panorama photos where you can see every wall, ceiling and floor. For before and after photos, I like the Ricoh Theta for the before photos and Matterport for the after photos.
Hello, Alma if you don't mind me asking how much did you pay for your tours?