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The Change In The Scene Of Real Estate Post Covid-19

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The Change In The Scene Of Real Estate Post Covid-19

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The world has changed innumerable ways as a result of this pandemic. Several industries reached new heights, while others plummeted to new lows. One of the businesses hit hardest by the pandemic was real estate. People were attempting to stay as safe as possible within the four walls of their rooms, thus prices of lands, flats, and properties were not even discussed. It is reviving post-pandemic with a slew of new features and add-ons. Let's take a look at the changes in real estate. #ThinkWithNiche

1. The Driver Has Changed

Prior to the epidemic, the entire selling and buying process was highly dependent on customers and what they wanted. However, in the aftermath of the epidemic, the seller now has the real estate steering wheel. Real estate agents almost always encouraged an open house at the time of listing before the epidemic ravaged the world. This circumstance, however, cannot be assured at this time.

2. Sign-in Can Be Made Mandatory Now

When buyers visited open houses, they had to sign in with their name and mobile number. This process was always convenient for the agents as it gave them a whole list of interested buyers to follow up after the open house ended. But this practice did not use to be mandatory, visitors usually visited these open houses and dropped their details if they were interested. Post-pandemic, if you are looking to make sales fastly, this information is now very crucial for you as a seller. You should make this process of signing in mandatory as it gives you a set of buyers who might not have been interested in the one property they viewed. You can now add them to email lists or messaging lists. And you can send them every new offer, one of which may be what they are wishing for.

3. Serious Buyers Only

“Avoid physical contact” and “Maintain proper distance” have become the motto of the world for almost two years now. This has impacted real estate in a huge way. Buyers started avoiding open houses, but this brought a whole new change in the industry. This change proved beneficial for both the seller and buyer. Agents have started adding videos of the property that gives a  walkthrough tour of the whole property. This gives the buyer an option to visit the property only when he/she is interested in the property. And better have been the results for the sellers. Due to the introduction of this process, only serious buyers are now approaching the sellers.

4. The Online Boom

Real estate used to be a business that required numerous visits to the property and extensive research into all aspects of it. It was strictly a face-to-face business that required numerous meetings. However, in the aftermath of the pandemic, agents have begun to use the internet to attract customers. Agents have begun to offer 360-degree videos to buyers as a vital commodity to give them an idea of the type of property they are looking at.

1. The Driver Has Changed

Prior to the epidemic, the entire selling and buying process was highly dependent on customers and what they wanted. However, in the aftermath of the epidemic, the seller now has the real estate steering wheel. Real estate agents almost always encouraged an open house at the time of listing before the epidemic ravaged the world. This circumstance, however, cannot be assured at this time.

2. Sign-in Can Be Made Mandatory Now

When buyers visited open houses, they had to sign in with their name and mobile number. This process was always convenient for the agents as it gave them a whole list of interested buyers to follow up after the open house ended. But this practice did not use to be mandatory, visitors usually visited these open houses and dropped their details if they were interested. Post-pandemic, if you are looking to make sales fastly, this information is now very crucial for you as a seller. You should make this process of signing in mandatory as it gives you a set of buyers who might not have been interested in the one property they viewed. You can now add them to email lists or messaging lists. And you can send them every new offer, one of which may be what they are wishing for.

3. Serious Buyers Only

“Avoid physical contact” and “Maintain proper distance” have become the motto of the world for almost two years now. This has impacted real estate in a huge way. Buyers started avoiding open houses, but this brought a whole new change in the industry. This change proved beneficial for both the seller and buyer. Agents have started adding videos of the property that gives a  walkthrough tour of the whole property. This gives the buyer an option to visit the property only when he/she is interested in the property. And better have been the results for the sellers. Due to the introduction of this process, only serious buyers are now approaching the sellers.

4. The Online Boom

Real estate used to be a business that required numerous visits to the property and extensive research into all aspects of it. It was strictly a face-to-face business that required numerous meetings. However, in the aftermath of the pandemic, agents have begun to use the internet to attract customers. Agents have begun to offer 360-degree videos to buyers as a vital commodity to give them an idea of the type of property they are looking at.

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