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The Silicon Review Asia

The real estate segment is all set to move forward with the new normal

The real estate segment is all set to move forward with the new normal

All over the world, devs are using the power of VR to give potential buyers an opportunity to take a virtual tour of the properties.

In the highly uncertain world we live in, COVID has managed to normalize work-from-home and online schooling. The process of scouting for new properties has also changed post the pandemic. It is a well-known fact that COVID-induced restrictions and lockdowns have halted the movement of individuals. This change, however, made sure that several businesses have adopted a new digital way of operating business. Prospective landlords, buyers, tenants, and sellers are using the realty portal that has existed for a long time. According to various entities in the real estate segment, any digital development that would take at least another ten years was achieved in just three months.

Some of the prominent technologies that gained traction during the COVID wave include augmented reality (AR), artificial intelligence (AI), 3D programs, and virtual reality (VR). All over the world, devs are using the power of VR to give potential buyers an opportunity to take a virtual tour of the properties. People now are looking for more space at homes due to the increase in WFH adoption and online schooling. In the post COVID era, home buyers are looking for bigger space when compared to the previous demand. The COVID pandemic has significantly changed consumer behavior, says Anupam Rastogi, Co-founder of Square Yards.

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