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Gatwala Commercial Hub , Faisalabad is Punjab’s biggest and Pakistan’s second largest mixed use, real estate project. It has a covered area of over 3.1 million sq. ft.

This mega project, designed and developed by Shah Nawaz Associates, is located, at the junction of Canal Expressway and Lahore Sheikhupura Road. The road in front of the GCH project, has an average traffic count of 30 vehicles per minute. become, the city’s next mega center for trade, commerce, industries as well as residential projects.

 

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Augmented Reality Changing the Landscape of Real Estate Industry

Technological breakthroughs are revolutionising every sector, and real estate is no exception. The latest advancements in Augmented Reality (AR) technology transform property to meet their needs in the future, successfully expenditures property design, acquisition, sale, and management.

Users can engage with a digital environment using AR immersive technology. It improves the current situation. It aids users in visualising properties and imagining what life would be like if they lived there. According to Goldman Sachs, the real estate virtual reality and augmented reality market could reach $2.6 billion by 2025, forever changing how we view homes.

The AR technology overlays visuals or text on top of our current perspective of the world. It dissolves the border between reality and technology, providing the viewer with a consistent integration.

In the real estate industry, augmented reality (AR) allows prospective buyers to tour a home using their cellphones, regardless of their location. Real estate brokers can also use AR to make changes to the room’s decor.

In real estate, visualisation is fundamental, and it can drastically alter a deal. However, the existing technology employed by real estate brokers has several flaws. Photos don’t represent the entire vibe of the home. Also, 3D models are interactive but don’t provide a complete portrayal. Touring a property, in reality, takes time which is not always possible or sometimes the property is far away from the buyer’s vicinity. Augmented reality addresses these pain points, giving buyers an immersive experience of the property.

 

How can AR help Buyers?

Saving Time and Effort of Travelling

Potential real estate purchasers can use augmented reality to visit the property in 3D before putting in the effort to travel there. AR gives completely new marketing potential for realtors by utilising location-based services while also providing a distinct buyer experience.

 

Improved Visual Representation

When customers are looking for real estate and are given an AR experience using 3D models, they receive an instant sense of how the apartment or property would look. Furthermore, allowing purchasers to take a virtual tour of the property before purchasing it will enable them to be motivated by trying out different interior designs and viewing the entire.

 

Filtering Out Best Options

Rather than visiting several sites, potential customers might use AR technology to filter down the list of viable properties only to see and visit a handful. Time limitations are no longer an issue, and a buying decision may be made more quickly.

 

How can AR Technology help Realtors?

Saving Cost

AR and VR are transforming and replacing some traditional marketing strategies, delivering a higher return on investment while also removing the expenditures of staging a property.

 

Wider audience

Real estate agents are no longer limited to a local audience because users may virtually explore properties from anywhere in the world.

 

Better Insights

These immersive technologies now provide realtors with helpful insights into consumer patterns and preferences, enabling them to meet their needs in the future successfully.

 

Better Engagement

It’s becoming increasingly tough to get someone’s undivided attention these days. Augmented Reality could make a significant difference in improving engagement with potential clients and differentiating your company from the competition.

 

Personalised Experience

AR will enable real estate professionals to provide clients with a more personalised and unique experience. Furthermore, AR allows customers to see if their furniture fits in the living room before touring it.

 

Quantifying Engagement and Marketing Strategies

Real estate agents can evaluate data from augmented reality real estate marketing to quantify engagement. The data disclose the number of people that interacted with the listing, their times and places, and how long they looked at it. This information can help real estate agents determine whether their virtual reality real estate marketing needs to be tweaked, as well as what makes certain listings so successful so they can maximise the next one, property’s expenditures to property’s expenditures meet their needs in the future successfully

 

Ultimately, Augmented Reality has the potential to transform the real estate sector forever. Embracing augmented reality technology isn’t just the next fad; it’s a requirement for survival in today’s climate.

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