BoxBrownie.com scores partnership with virtual tour tech firm GeoCV

July 8, 2019
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3D and 360° Virtual Tour developers GeoCV are proud to announce a partnership with photo editing professionals BoxBrownie.com in their latest business venture. 

New York Based PropTech start-up GeoCV are specialists in creating high quality professional 3D and 360° walkthroughs. Their Virtual Open House service offers the full suite of real estate visual marketing. Everything from cutting-edge 3D + 360° photorealistic -walkthroughs with textured floor plans, to professional photos and now virtual staging. 

The decision to partner with BoxBrownie.com to virtually stage open house tours now allows clients to envisage spaces furnished in order to better understand how the room will look within the home. For $64, in a guaranteed timeframe of 48 hours, clients can change the tour from an empty listing to reveal what the space will look like with high quality furniture that is suited to the home. This technology is leading the charge in the real estate industry and completely changing the way clients view properties and their perception of the space. 

“We are excited to partner with the wonderful team at BoxBrownie.com for virtual staging and image enhancements. Rather than being considered a premium feature for listings, our mutual goal is to serve the mass real estate market.” explained Jonathan Klein of GeoCV. 

BoxBrownie.com is a 24/7 photo editing company based on the Sunshine Coast in Australia. They offer professional high quality products to service all areas of real estate including image enhancement, floor plan redraws, CGI renders, item removal and virtual staging. 

“We are delighted to be partnering with GeoCV for virtual staging and image enhancement needs. BoxBrownie.com has been the industry leader in image editing and now edits more 360° images than any other provider. We have long seen immersive marketing to be the next frontier of property marketing and look forward to continuing to serve the property industry in this space.” said Peter Schravemade of BoxBrownie.com 

With 50% buyers finding their homes online, this integration of new technologies is quickly becoming essential in order to keep pace with the rapidly changing requirements of customers. By removing the high cost associated with physically staging properties, real estate agents and property managers are taking advantage of removing the visualisation barrier for the buying or renting process. 

SOURCE  BoxBrownie.com

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