The pandemic hit many industries hard, especially those that thrive on human interaction and participation. With general curfews and restricted movement, businesses had to find a viable solution to at least stay afloat. Since necessity is the mother of invention, many industries shifted their attention to virtual products and meetings.
The real estate industry was one of them. VR property tours have been received with great enthusiasm around the world. Not only are they less time-consuming, but it also saves the hassle of physically being on site before renting or buying a property. However, people can still view the property with the help of VR.
This way, they can view a larger number of prospective buyers in a matter of hours and filter out the most viable options. And virtual property tours can be created for any physical space.