FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Are we insured?
Yes. While scanning a space is a very low risk action, we do carry a minimum of 1,000,000 in Commercial Liability Insurance. We can also increase this limit for unique situations.
How much does a 3D Virtual Tour cost?
Our All-inclusive 3D Virtual Tours start from $150 per location. Contact us so we may quote your 3D Tour.
Is the 3D Virtual Tour compatible with The MLS?
Yes. We offer an "unbranded" 3D Vurtial Tour - which is compliant with TheMLS guidelines and regulations.
Can I share it on my own website?
Yes, you or your webmaster can embed our Branded Virtual Tours on your website.
How long does the process take A-Z?
We understand the quick pace of the Real Estate world. Our clients value our quick turnaround. Without cutting corners, we deliver a beautiful 3D Tour within 1 business day.
Are photos included?
What areas do we work in?
Do we offer Aerial Photography
3D Virtual Tour vs. Virtual Tour
In the Real Estate world, “virtual tours” help share a space in ways 2D photos cannot. A 3D Virtual Tours is not the same as Virtual Tour (aka video).
While cinematic RE videos are effective, they suffer from the same challenge 2D photos do: Control. The viewer cannot control the direction of the video, pause nor look around at something that catches their attention. They can however within a True 3D Virtual Tour by Sky360 Media!
Sky360 3D Virtual Tours are fully immersive and offer the viewer Complete Control. The viewer can move about the space, pause, and take a look around as if though they are really there. This advantage elevates the experience for the buyer, seller and Realtor vs. a video virtual tour.
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How do I prepare my client for a photoshoot?
Declutter - Declutter - Declutter! A well-staged home will look much better to potential buyers. When we book an appointment, we send you our tips & tricks sheet to prepare for our upcoming photoshoot. Here are a few examples of how to prepare for a photoshoot:
Week of photoshoot:
1. Do a complete home cleaning - top/bottom - including windows inside/out.
2. Light fixtures should have all bulbs installed and should be of the same color.
4. Mow the lawn, trim bushes, and prune flowers.
5. Put away photos of family & friends.
Day of photoshoot:
1. Put away all sensitive and personal documents and mail.
2. Vacuum, dust, and tidy-up.
3. Clean all mirrors
4. Clear all surfaces — especially kitchen & bathroom countertops.