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Amazing video, web and mobile presence for the property.
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We publish your listing on up to 50 International search sites                        MATTERPORT 3D VIRTUAL WALK THROUGH EXTRA                                   
Dazzling Google Earth Aerial Video Fly-Over
HD Video Tour on YouTube plus Powerful Lead Capture



                          Stylish & Sophisticated Presentation  

High-Octane Global Marketing 
               Gain exposure to affluent buyers and investors worldwide through high-profile media


Matterport 3D Virtual Walk Through  



LUXURY Upscale Real Estate Marketing PACKAGE 


$195 Fee plus $3000 Closing does not include Matterport (7-10 cents a sq ft)

  1. Buyers spend 60% of their time looking at listing photos, and only 20% each on the listing description and agent description. (The Wall Street Journal.)

  2. Homes with high-quality photos receive 47% higher asking price per square foot. (cbsnews.com)

  3. 83% of buyers cited pictures as very important. (investordetails.wordpress.com)

  4. You have two seconds to grab the buyer’s attention without a photo, and 20 seconds with a photo. (marketleader.com)

  5. Homes with professionally photographed pictures can sell for up to $19,000 more. (marketleader.com)

  6. Listings with professional photographs sell 32% faster, spending only 89 days on the market compared to 123 for other homes. (PR Newswire)

  7. Only 15% of listings have high-quality photography, with half of over $1 million listings using low-quality photos. (The Wall Street Journal)

  8. Listings with professional photos receive 118% more online views. (IMOTO PHOTO)

  9. Professional photography can help sell your listing 39% closer to the original listing price. (IMOTO PHOTO)

  10. Homes with professional photos get 61% more views. (REDFIN)

  11. Listings with high-quality photos can gain anywhere between $934 and $116,076 more on the market. (The Wall Street Journal)