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How Google Glass Can Help Transform Your Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Business

By Jim Gillespie | April 23, 2014

Take a look at what one agent has been doing to sell properties successfully in Australia. He’s been utilizing Google Glass smart glasses to give people an interactive experience of him virtually touring them through properties.

In addition to you being able to tour people through properties like this, one additional arena where I think this could definitely be of value would be whenever you’re going after a listing and you’re competing against other brokers to get it. Imagine giving your owner a "virtual tour" experience with this kind of technology, and telling them that you’ll then be making this experience available to everyone who’s interested in leasing or buying their property, once you begin marketing it for them.

As long as the property owner considers you to be someone they’d consider listing their property with, providing them with this kind of an experience will really help to differentiate you from everyone else.

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In addition, click here to read another article describing even more about this technology, and showing a video on how it can be utilized for giving virtual home tours. It will be very easy to do something similar to this for commercial property tours also.


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