PHOTO: SCREENSHOT – The tool allows buyers to try out different colours in the kitchen.
Barfoot & Thompson is offering house-hunters a new way to view its properties.
The Auckland real estate agency is working with digital visualisation firm Diakrit to offer interactive marketing tools on listings.
Buyers will be able to use interactive floor plans to see how their belongings would fit in a house, view a property online with 360-degree tours or virtual reality, and use virtual renovation tools to see what the kitchen would look like if it was updated.
“These new tools lift the standard in property marketing, providing a better quality and more true-to-life online experience with every Barfoot & Thompson listing,” said Barfoot & Thompson chief executive Chris Dobbie.
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