VScreen announced its launch of ListingVideos.com, an automated and data-driven Listing Video service for real estate brokers that dynamically tells the story of all their listings via professionally animated video and graphics, serving as the new industry replacement for the expected "property slideshow" and "virtual tour."
Exclusively available to brokerages, the Listing Videos program dynamically generates videos in 'real time', automatically pulling the listing description and photos from the MLS, while adding in animated 3D graphics, professional narration and branding for the listing agent and the brokerage they represent.
The innovative Listing Videos platform also leverages other consumer interest scenes within the videos, such as; estimated monthly mortgage payments, local active inventory, median listing price, and median sales price...plus community information that buyers look for like the property's corresponding school district, geographic location and walkability score. During the setup process, the broker has the ability to select which scenes they want in all of their videos, as well as include a video sponsor to help offset their monthly investment (pricing can be found on ListingVideos.com).
"We built the Listing Videos platform to overcome the biggest killer of real estate video - the high cost of production and lack of scalability", said VScreen CEO Stephen Schweickart. "Following the successful launch of our last automated video portal, MarketVideos.com, it was clear to us that there was also a need for the same automated technology to be used for the mass creation of Listing Videos for brokers. This was made evident by how quickly we were able to sign up multiple launch partners, including the likes of Carolina One, Prudential Texas, and Century 21 Scheetz."
The service also offers the ability to locally brand with community specific video or imagery from the broker's marketplace, as well as share on social networks and capture leads directly through the video player. For more information, click here.