Brisbane won't be as affected by onsite auction ban as Sydney and Melbourne

Brisbane won't be as affected by onsite auction ban as Sydney and Melbourne
Brisbane won't be as affected by onsite auction ban as Sydney and Melbourne

Realestate.com.au chief economist Nerida Conisbee says only about 10 per cent of residential sales in Queensland utilise the auction process. 

“Brisbane’s not a big auction market anyway so it won’t have the same impact we’ll see in Melbourne and Sydney,” Ms Conisbee told realestate.com.au.

Realestate.com.au has launched virtual tours of properties listed on its site to help home hunters.

"To continue to view properties online, it introduced digital inspections showing all the features.

“For people looking to buy, the bigger deal will be not being able to go into the home,” Ms Conisbee said.

There are two main ways of going about adding a video or a three-dimensional tour to a listing.

The first being via an Agent Admin where you will need to find the listing. When you have found the listing, through the 'Images and Copy' tab, scroll down to 'Links'. This is where you can add video links to the Video URL field, or Online Tour 1 field for 3D tours. 

A video or 3D tour can also be added via your third-party listing uploader where you would have to update the listing directly through its portal. 

There are a range of 3D tour companies that can be embedded in the image carousel of Realestate.com.au listings. For instance, Scann3D, Ticketyview, DIAKRIT, Augment Space, Google Tour Creator, Virtual Tours Creator, CampaignTrack and BWRM. 

 

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