Broker Marketing Series: 3D Virtual Tours vs Open Houses

June 11, 2018

Traditional open houses can be a hassle for buyers and agents. If they’re crowded, it’s hard for the agent and buyers to connect. That leads to time-consuming follow-up. If they’re poorly attended, the open house is a waste of your time and budget. Luckily, you don’t need to rely solely on traditional open houses to be successful and complete a sale. By combining virtual tours with the basic components of an open house, you can give buyers the flexibility they need with the immersive experience of visiting a home in person.

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Broker Marketing Series: 5 Tips to Market Your Brokerage to Home Sellers

Joel Garcia June 1, 2018

As a brokerage, you build your brand to attract top talent and build a rapport with home sellers. Luckily, many real estate broker marketing tactics that assist you in attracting top talent also assist in attracting home sellers that your top agents are looking for. You can attract home sellers by understanding what they need, making simple adjustments to your marketing strategies, and showcasing what makes your brokerage standout.

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Coming Soon -- Changes to make it easier to manage a Space

May 3, 2018

Things are about to look very different inside of Matterport Cloud. Over the next couple of months, Matterport will be launching several major updates to Matterport Cloud Accounts. With these updates, we are focusing on improving user workflows, streamlining the user experience, and better organizing Matterport Cloud Accounts. Learn more about our upcoming changes by reading our blog.

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Matterport Disrupts Insurance Claims & Restoration with Artificial Intelligence Powered Reality Capture

Tomer Poran June 28, 2018

Reality Capture has been around, arguably since the first camera. Some might say since the invention of the papyrus in ancient Egypt. In more recent years, with every new sensor – be it thermal, hyperspectral, time of flight laser – new opportunities are presented for capturing our world in new ways. This could mean capturing data we never before had access to – like satellites showing us places we never knew existed. It could also mean capturing data at scale and efficiency where only manual methods previously existed – like drones using NDVI sensors to tell us within minutes the water levels of entire acres. Often, what new leaps in reality capture mean – going back to the first camera – is allowing us to agree with one another on what ‘reality’ actually was at certain point in time.

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