I have been thinking about this a lot lately. Do video tours help or hurt your listings? What kind of feedback have you gotten from providing them? I am sure that it appeases sellers more than anything, but I want to know if they are effective in attracting buyers or could we possibly be scaring them off? Whenever we are marketing a home, we are very selective on which photos we will use. Some photos can actually hurt the home's activity when they make a room look smaller, you can't get a good angle or they make a room look cluttered. Sometimes leaving some to the imagination is a good thing. I would think that unless you have a perfectly staged home with lots of space, little or no clutter and some outstanding features, video tours can hurt your activity and lead count on a listing. Most homes just don't show well in all photos and on a video tour, I'd think it'd be near impossible to control showing only the best side of the home. Looks can be deceiving and some homes are meant to be seen in person.
What do you guys think?
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