25 January 2019

New Tech Set To Shake Up Real Estate Industry

BoxBrownie.com have released a new technology set to shake up the real estate industry. Known as “Virtual Renovation” – the technology is a game changer for real estate professionals who are selling a property that is outdated or unfinished.

Image: BoxBrownie.com have released a game changing product called “Virtual Renovation.”

“We were receiving a lot of feedback from frustrated agents who were having trouble selling properties because buyers were turned off by things like ugly wallpaper or outdated carpet. They wanted an easy way to show their buyers what a property could look like if it was renovated” says co-founder Melvyn Myers.

Which is exactly what BoxBrownie.com delivered on.

Now an agent can easily logon to BoxBrownie.com, upload a photo, select from a range of edits, and the photo is digitally remodelled to show what a space would look like if renovated.

Image: An outdated living room that has been virtually renovated with a contemporary touch.

“I used their Virtual Renovation product in order to give buyers a vision of what a kitchen or a bath could look like instead of the usual "change this", "add this", now I just have to say “see this” and buyers get the idea instantly. It's easy, quick and gives me the results I want" says real estate agent Linda Michonski, from Douglas Elliman Real Estate.

Agents can choose from 7 interior and 10 exterior edits which can be mixed and matched to obtain a desired result. Edits include virtually painting walls from $2.40 to fitting out an entire new virtual kitchen for $56.

“We wanted to provide a service that is affordable for all agents regardless of their company size. We don’t believe in subscriptions, pay as you go works better for us and our clients” says Myers.

Image: An agent virtually renovated this unfinished bedroom to help show potential buyers how the space could look when completed.

Commercial agents have welcomed the service as well.

“We’ve helped commercial agents transform an empty space into an areas such as a gym, retail shop or even an office. It’s made the selling process a lot easier for agents when they can show prospective buyers what the space could potentially look like” says Myers.

Image: An empty space that has been virtually fitted out into a barber shop.

BoxBrownie.com is a photo editing company providing a range of services for real estate marketing. They are used by real estate professionals in 44 countries.

BoxBrownie.com offer 4 free photo edits on sign up with no strings attached.