Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Are you a real estate agent or broker? Or an architect that works closely with real estate developers? It used to be when building a house, or any structure, took a lot of time with blue prints and edits. The process could be daunting, trying to meet codes and industry guidelines. Some of the most famous architectural designs took years to get from draft to final plan. In turn, providing floor plans in some real estate sales processes may have been skipped to save time and money. Is it worth it to skip providing a floor plan? Lets look at some industry statistics: 93% of buyers say they are more likely to spend time looking at a property with a floor plan.
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