Price point for virtual tours?

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Services for Real Estate Pros with 360TourFactory

I'm primarily interested in finding out what people have paid for a virtual tour. If you'd post the following info I'd appreciate it:

1. Price you paid.

2. Number of scenes in tour.

3. Was the price in line with the quality of the tour?

4. Will you consider purchasing a tour in the near future?

5. Your city and state.

 

Best Regards,


Matthew Stehling

Owner, 360TourFactory

360Tourfactory.com

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We use a company called realEstateShows.com.  They charge $125 per year for unlimited tours.  Their tours offer a wealth of information, are easy to create.  You can build tours in 30,60 or 90 second lengths.

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