How sellers can boost property value by £16,000 through viewings – ‘enormous benefit’

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How sellers can boost property value by £16,000 through viewings – ‘enormous benefit’

On the sales market, virtual tour properties carry an estimated premium of 5.6 percent compared to homes marketed using more traditional techniques

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On the sales market, virtual tour properties carry an estimated premium of 5.6 percent compared to homes marketed using more traditional techniques. With today’s average house price, this is a cash premium of £15,648. 

On the rental market, the virtual tour premium is even more impressive, sitting at an estimated 8.5 percent which equates to an extra £94/month in rental income. 

There are also advantages to virtual tours beyond the handsome price premiums they can offer. 

There is, of course, the convenience they provide. 

Prospective buyers or tenants can view properties without leaving home which means they can view many in just one afternoon, narrowing down a long list to a short list of homes they can then choose to view in person. 

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