Special offer

Real Estate HD Web Video Tours has come to Fort McMurray

Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Fort McMurray


I invite you to experience an evolutionary online marketing technology for the Fort McMurray Real Estate Market, streaming HD web video tours. I offer high definition web video tours of your home when you list with me that are stream directly from my personal website www.McMurraysBestHomes.com  and including MLS®.


My web video tours are not only comprised of interior and exterior shots, but also include highlighting features to match feature sheets, a visual from Google Maps of the area, a community tours with landmarks and neighborhood shots.


Why Video?

  • A real estate web video tour is the next best thing to an open house walk through. Nothing replaces this up close, in person visit, but a web video tour is the ultimate way to promote interest and prompt buyers to make a call to me to schedule a showing of your home.
  • I show your home to clients who are genuinely interested and serious about viewing your house.
  • Gives your home a one-up over the current highly competition Fort McMurray Real Estate Market.
  • 93% of home buyers turn first to the Internet to research real estate. Optimize the exposure of your home today with a web video tour!

This is the future of real estate marketing! It is a natural evolutionary phase. Spinning 360 virtual tours will soon be forgotten and photography alone will simply not be enough. Ensure your real estate advertising is top notch and up to date. Let the power of high definition web video tours go to work for you in selling your home in Fort McMurray.

Marketing and Distribution of Video Tours
Here are a few of the social community video websites, similar to YouTube, available to host and stream your home web video tour to the world.



Tim Klingman
North Shore Homes, Inc. (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) - Whitefish Bay, WI

Hi, Pat.  I've been tinkering with video for well over a year and we finally upgraded to a HD camera.  Any thoughts on the best software for editing on a pc?  We also have a new Mac at our disposal.  (I have so much excellent summer footage in the can--colorful sailboats on Lake Michigan, beach festivals, etc.--but now I have to reshoot in HD!!!)

I've been using a combination of Pinnacle and Windows Movie Maker, and I'm considering upgrading to Pinnacle 14.0.



Tim Klingman

Dec 21, 2009 09:12 AM