Before the coronavirus pandemic, it was rare to rent or buy an apartment in New York City without visiting it first. Now, with in-person showings banned, New Yorkers are relying on video walk-throughs and virtual apartment tours to get a sense of a listing—beyond what photos can provide.
If you have an apartment that you are planning to rent out or sell, you will want your broker to create a 3D apartment tour for your listing. However, the technology is new to a lot of brokers, and there are a variety of apps and programs available. To help you figure out what sets them apart, Brick Underground reached out to brokers for the best examples of virtual apartment tours created with Asteroom, Matterport, Listing3D, and Realync.