From virtual tours and teleconferenced design center visits to “drive-through” contract-signings, the experience may be a bit different but the outcome is the same: a beautiful brand-new home!
The question: How can consumers visit new home communities, check out and choose features and amenities, and finally, take care of the paperwork — all while staying within safe-distancing guidelines? The answer: As with pretty much every part of life these days, technology has come to the rescue. Thank goodness.
Virtual tools, high-tech approaches Here’s a sampling of how some major Valley homebuilders are adapting to current market conditions while still providing relevant information and informative experiences to potential homebuyers.
7180 Optima Kierland: “Our interactive platform features a 3D-model of the building, floor plans, interactive views from residences, renderings of amenities and more,” explained Crel Vogel, sales manager at the luxury condominium community in Scottsdale.