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January 25, 2005


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Brian Patrick

I'm interested in your 2005 predictions referencing audio and video for online real esate marketing.

I currently produce real estate video tours with full narration and background music. I have seen plenty of video tours online, and most of them are amatuer, which kind of defeats the purpose.

I agree with your statements about the virtual tour market. In my opinion, virtual tours are a stepping stone to true video advertising.

Feel free to contact me directly. I am always interested in the experiences and business models of other real estate marketing companies.

Brian Patrick
video marketing solutions

Koenig and Strey Chicago MLS Search and Real Estate

The typical virtual real estate tour may not be the high resolution audio/video eye and ear candy you come to expect in today's digital media world, but I have had buyers for my listings tell me they have viewed my virtual tours over and over. They are key for 2 reasons:

1. Many on-line buyers will look at listings with virtual tours first - before looking at other listings.

2. The virtual tour reaffirms and reinforces their decision to buy a particular property. It helps eliminate some of the unknowns from the tour-less listings.

With that said, a nice, high bandwidth video tour that can be burned to a credit card sized CD is a great marketing tool that I use.

For broadband users only...


Koenig and Strey Chicago MLS Search and Real Estate


Your video tours are great! I ejoyed the Peak Property one tremendously.

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