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5 September 2019


After recently announcing a partnership with 3D computer vision company GeoCV, BoxBrownie.com has now expanded their relationship to offer virtual staging for GeoCV’s new commercial product. 

The initial partnership between GeoCV and BoxBrownie.com, announced on 9th July, was inspired by the growing demand from clients and brokers to envisage furnished spaces within the home. 

Tailored for the commercial space, this new product is a progressive step in changing the way properties are viewed and spaces are perceived. 

At the 2018 Realcomm Digie Awards, GeoCV’s 3D-enabled smartphone solution won the Best Tech Innovation for Commercial/Corporate Real Estate. Through open architecture, GeoCV helps monetize the entire life cycle of brick and mortar - from construction, to insurance and moving, to interior design and virtual shopping.

“The immense metamorphosis of ‘Space as a Service’ will potentially force early adoption of the multitude of AR real estate technologies. PropTech giants such as WeWork, Redfin, and VTS have already invested in AR as the future of AI and 3D Computer Vision, continuously enhancing the landlord-tenant experience.” – Jonathan Klein, GeoCV

BoxBrownie.com, the go to experts in photo editing and property marketing in the American real estate industry, recently announced a new commercial vertical with customized products at Inman Connect in Las Vegas this July. 

“Commercial Real Estate has always been a huge focus for us at BoxBrownie.com. Combining the power of 360° tours and virtual staging was always a frontier we wanted to smash wide-open. The on-going relationship with GeoCV and BoxBrownie.com now brings the best of augmented reality in demonstrating the potential of commercial spaces to prospective buyers and lessors. Stagnant for decades, the CRE sector is ripe for a dynamic revolution”–Peter Schravemade, BoxBrownie

This continued partnership now provides commercial marketers with an invaluable tool in an industry that has increased in value from 62.8 billion to 89.5 billion in the last four years alone. Along with NAR forecasting, the decline of vacancy rates will continue into 2020, highlighting the importance of staying ahead in the commercial game. (https://www.statista.com/statistics/194054/us-office-vacancy-rate-forecasts-from-2010/)

Visit http://www.boxbrownie.com for more information



For further information contact:

Peter Schravemade - peter@boxbrownie.com

Georgie Bird - georgie.bird@boxbrownie.com

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