3D Vista has come a long way. I do like their marketing however I’ve never tried the system. There are benefits to both sides. If you’re not going to do a lot of tours a shelfware system is a decent way to go. You will have one cost and ZERO ongoing virtual tour software fees and the MOST flexibility on the product. This will require programming, launching a hosting server and keeping that going for the customer. The hosted and private labeled solutions come in very handy when you’re doing a lot of productions (especially good for real estate) and you need speed mixed with lots of features. These features will typically include weekly stats, lead capture, photo delivery tools, photography manager tools, single property websites and more. It really all depends on what you need. We use a hosted solution over at our Traverse City real estate photography company here in Traverse City. We do about 1300 real estate productions a year and of those about 300 order drone with it. We could not do it without a pay per tour hosted solution. Hope that helps!
I love real estate photography and believe that people can earn money by doing this.
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