Showing a listing virtually.
The buyer had lots of questions directed to their professional agent. Logistics did not allow them to see this three-bedroom, three-bath property; they live on the west coast. Beautiful photos are on the MLS, my website, and a gazillion websites.
Just google the address to find them.
7111 Park Heights Ave 21215
Park Towers East Penthouse #905
Here is where the right buyer's agent steps in. He has their trust, so I suggested an appointment to face-time with the California buyers.
The sellers left, and in the condo was just the agent and me. His client was on the phone on a FaceTime type app.
I was "introduced "to the potential buyer who was able to see this beautiful penthouse visually.
The agent and the buyer were able to tour together. Space and amenities wowed the agent. The agent did a great job pointing to select features as he was sharing with the buyer his enthusiasm. Look up, as we went into the master bedroom suite, to show one of the skylights.
Look at the view; you can see the Towson skyline. Step out on the private balcony from each of the bedroom suites.
Open the cabinets in the kitchen and show the actual laundry and huge pantry—so many things to see that photos can miss. The buyer's questions were asked and answered through discussion. The agent was able to show the flow in and out of each room by backtracking and entering each space in different ways.
For instance, the balcony was accessed through sliding glass doors from the private guest suite and also from the gourmet kitchen.
And the kitchen has access from the banquet-sized dining room and even from the foyer entry through closed doors—a perfect way to see a new listing when in-person showings are not possible.
Be creative. Get it done.
Would you like to virtually see a home
Call Margaret Rome