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Mar 11, 2017

Four Ways a Video Tour Can Help to Sell Your Home

When it comes to techniques used to sell a house, you may picture a realtor taking photographs of the inside and outside of the home. These photos are usually printed on paper fliers and in pamphlets kept at the realtor’s office. Today, there is a high-tech way to advertise a home that is for sale. Here are four ways that a 360, 3D luxury property video tour can help to sell your home.




Presenting a Full View

For a prospective buyer, watching a 3D video tour of a home is the next best thing to actually walking around the property. A video tour shows prospective buyers the main areas in a home as well as the quiet corners of rooms. An observer can get a very good idea of the spacious quality of a home by taking a video tour.  

Highlighting the Best Parts of Home 

By creating a video tour, a seller can highlight the most attractive parts of his or her home and property. For instance, if the home has a beautiful, antique fountain in the garden, a video tour can capture it from all angles. An airy sunroom, a well-stocked private library or an indoor pool can all be highlighted with ease in a video tour.


Allowing Room for Imagination

A video tour is an effective way to get prospective buyers imagining themselves in the rooms of a home. For example, showing all the design details and modern appliances in the home’s kitchen will make a tremendous impression on a buyer who loves spending time creating new dishes. The person may imagine him or herself moving around the kitchen preparing a delicious recipe for friends and family. When a buyer can imagine him or herself in the home, it makes the home even more desirable.    

Colorful, Memorable Images

The texture of the fabric on a sofa in the sitting room, the reflection of the sun in the window of a French door or a gathering of gleaming, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. These are just three examples of memorable images that could be captured on a video tour of a home. These images are sure to stay with the individuals taking the tour and may play a part in their final decision to buy.

Finally, a video tour can make an attractive home even more appealing to prospective buyers.

Feb 18, 2017

It's Not Too Late To Learn How To Play A Guitar

Have you ever been frustrated in your life? How did you conquer your frustrations? Did you ever challenge yourself to overcome that frustration?

My frustration was not able to learn any musical instrument when I was a little kid.  I envied some of my friends and most of cousins who knew how to play a guitar and/or a piano.  I liked to sing and I think I sing good. But I wanted to learn at least one musical instrument.  My favorite was the guitar.  My dad was a good guitar player. There was some points in time during my childhood that he wasn't able to teach me because he was working by shift at a factory before.  On his day off, he was very tired and he took naps a lot.  I was very active with playing outdoors that learning skills in music didn't even come to my mind back then.  

Anyhow, I think it's not even too late.  I am still interested in learning how to play a guitar.  I need a very nice guitar to practice with.  Then if I get better at it, it would be a great time to buy a high quality guitar at  guitar center charleston sc distributor.  Lots of selection of well-made guitars for music enthusiasts.  Even a great quality piece to add in your music instruments collection.

Even though I am quite old now, I will never stop yearning to learn to play this amazing music instrument.  The ability to do so can be passed on to my child.