Touring a home on Zoom? San Diego agents go virtual amid pandemic
Shared By Amy Spear | Scott Finn & Associates
Thank you The San Diego Union-Tribune for featuring my virtual open house in your latest article on the new ways real estate is being sold during the COVID-19 pandemic! “Virtual open houses allow clients from all over the country to see the property and ask questions directly. It’s actually a way for us to show a property to potentially a lot more people than if we did a traditional open house.” Thank you to everyone that tuned in!
Like the other agent mentioned, I’ve also been FaceTiming and using the app Google Duo to virtual show homes to my clients. It’s gone surprisingly well, and I hope to open escrow on Monday from a virtual tour! It feels like the entire industry (sellers, buyers, agents, and brokerages, especially Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty) are quickly and successfully adapting, and I think this creative spirit will continue long after COVID-19.
If you do want to see a property, I have my COVID-19 safety kit ready to go! Let’s do it:)
Written by PHILLIP MOLNAR