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When buying or renting a property, potential clients would typically visit a prospective property in person. They expect to physically see the layout and design of the property for themselves. In more recent years, realtors or property owners would take photos of key aspects of the property. Usually, they publish them online, for prospective buyers to view the property from the comfort of their home. There are several limitations with these approaches, but scenario-based realistic 3D rendering in real estate is a high tech solution, we look into in this article. It opens up new opportunities for businesses and new career development paths for high tech graduates.
These limitations are clearly frustrating for agents and buyers. The limitations are not easy to fix. As a result, agents and buys must turn to new methods.
3D photorealistic rendering is the, well, artform of producing a 3D image of a real-life image or scene using software. Constant improvements in computer power and technology mean 3D artists can create close to lifelike images. This really is a game-changer for the real estate, construction and architecture industries, and brings benefits such as:
The solution is that real estate companies collaborate with 3D rendering industry experts to do the work together. Since the jobs are one-off per property, there are no ongoing costs for the realtor to maintain their software or staff and capital is spent only as needed. As a result all property companies have greater access to 3D rendering services meaning they can scale with their business, and that even a small player is given the opportunity to gain an edge over their competitors.
In summary, though 3D rendering is a must-have for modern construction companies, architects and realtors, the requirements for it’s integration into a company are limiting. Contracting an expert in 3D rendering gives companies fast, affordable access to this technique, set to take off in the industry in the very near future.